A well thought out breakfast is the best way to kick-start your day. Nairobi has so many amazing breakfast spots that allow you to sample omelettes, fluffy pancakes, waffles, sandwiches, filled croissants, coffee, sausages, toast and so much more. Below is a list of breakfast spots in Nairobi that come highly recommended:
Zucchini Green Grocers limited is located in ABC place along Waiyaki Way in Westlands, Nairobi. It opens by 7am,so if you are trying to catch some early breakfast or brunch this restaurant is ideal. They serve vegetables, fruits, fresh salads and dips, pastries, tea, coffee and so much more. Zucchini Green Grocers limited also allows you to get some shopping done while you snack on some scrambled eggs, juicy sausages, fluffy pancakes with a slice or more of some fluffy bread. Click the link to read reviews and find out more about Zucchini Green Grocers Limited.
Mugg and Bean is home away from home, located along Limuru road in Village Market. Serving some of the best coffee prepared by experts and freshly baked pastries made from scratch. Mugg and Bean is a restaurant where you will always get more and more on each visit. Sample from their generous breakfast menu, a selection of Rancheros Omelette, Eggs Benedict classics, Smashed avo with egg toast, chicken livers croissant, creamy mushroom mozzarella and the tropical power breakfast. Click the link to read reviews and find out more about Mugg and bean.
Cafe Bistro is an all-day dining restaurant in Nairobi, Kenya with a menu that caters for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It opens by 6am, perfect as an early breakfast spot. They uniquely design their meals with a specific keenness and freshness in food and beverage, paying attention to details and customer preferences. Cafe Bistro serves Caribbean, Lebanese, African and Mediterranean cuisines. Click the link to read reviews and find out more about The Cafe Bistro.
Shokupan is traditional milk bread in Japan known for its soft and extra fluffy texture. This served as an inspiration for the new sister restaurant to Barista co Located in Sarit Centre. Shokupan is opened from 8am to 9pm daily. If looking to have a simple breakfast date, Shokupan would be an ideal selection. Their menu is unique, borrowing inspirations from Asia and Japan in order to bring you the flavor rich food, pastries and coffee .Click the link to read reviews and find out more about Shokupan.
Shamba Cafe is located along Loresho Ridge in Nairobi. Purely from the impression the name gives, some healthy global trends inspired restaurant leading to its dedication in preparation of nutritious cuisines. The delicacies are prepared using some local homegrown ingredients and their menu offers a selection of breakfast, lunch and early dinner. Shamba Cafe also serves as a perfect date spot where you and your partner can enjoy sampling from the farmers’ market or their selection of herbs, tree seedlings and so on. Click the link to read reviews and find out more about Shamba Cafe.
Nook Café is a small restaurant that is tucked away in the heart of Hurlingham. It’s set up to offer an intimate dining experience with your friends and family. It may not deliver much in terms of ambiance, but it stands out for its highly impressive meals. Nook Cafe’s menu changes every week and the cuisine you enjoy depends on when you visit. Breakfast or brunch is the way to go here. The service is friendly and you can also purchase the artwork that’s displayed on their walls. Click the link to read reviews and find out more about Nook Cafe.
Café Deli is a chain restaurant with a current total of 3 operational branches in Nairobi. It a very spacious location with some of the best fixtures and lighting décor. They provide local and international cuisines with that Kenyan touch. Their morning Kickstarter includes pancakes, omelettes, croissants, perfectly brewed coffee and so much more. Their Café Deli English breakfast will leave you very satisfied and have you looking forward to the next visit before you even leave. Click the link to read reviews and find out more about Café Deli.
Cj’s mantra has always been ‘Big on breakfast ‘.Anyone who’s dined here can attest that their generosity with portions is one for the books. It currently has 3 locations in Nairobi. They have a branch in Village Market, Waterfront Karen, and lastly along Langata road. Cj’s is a family-friendly restaurant that serves ambiance on ambiance. The blending of their perfectly toned colors and furniture makes the whole place chic and lavish. Their Big on breakfast menu has waffles, pancakes, omelettes, muffins, fruit platters, and so much more. Click the link to read reviews and find out more about Cj’s.
Connect Coffee has a branch along Riverside drive in the Riverfront building, along Waiyaki Way in Damian towers and the last branch is in Gigiri. It has intentionally maintained the highest standards in connecting coffee to the hearts of the customers. They use high-grade coffee beans to brew an aroma filled cup. Connect Coffee serves hot and cold coffee and you get to choose between the Kenyan or Ethiopian variety. The interior design is quite simple, and the ambiance is perfect for reading a book or getting some work done. Click the link to read reviews and find out more about Connect Coffee.
Urban Eatery is a well organized and stylish restaurant with a very calm serene vibe. It is located in Delta Towers, Westlands. It presents its customers with an urban concept of dining and a sneak peek into the urban lifestyle. Their kitchen is committed to providing mouth-watering dishes by incorporating heartwarming flavors and ingredients. They have a coffee shop that brews great coffee and a menu that adequately caters to all cuisines. Urban Eatery’s all-day dining breakfast menu has a variety of signature platters that will leave you wanting more. They also include vegetarian and vegan-friendly options for breakfast, so there’s definitely something for everyone. Click the link to read reviews and find out more about Urban Eatery.
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