WI-FI has become such a requirement for restaurants and cafes. Particularly among those who have the advantage of working away from the restrictions of an office, sitting in a cafe, and tapping into your creativity as you sip a cup of coffee has become the trend. There are several cafes in Nairobi that serve as a perfect spot for a laptop and chill session, all thanks to their free WI-FI. We list some of the top recommendations below.
The Library is in Sarit Centre, Nairobi. Just as its name suggests, this innovative new restaurant combines a library and a restaurant in order to deliver your needs in one location. This restaurant offers a free library where you can borrow books from, free Wi-Fi, bottomless coffee/tea and one main meal, all for the price of 1500 shillings per day. You also get a personal pod from 7:30am to 10:00pm. Some all-day dining bowls include tofu, teriyaki chicken and perfectly seasoned tagine. Click the link to read reviews and find out more about The Library.
Coffee and bagels is a coffee shop situated on Lenana road in Nairobi. It has won over the heart of Kenyans because of the authentically brewed coffee and freshly baked goods. It is opened for both dining and delivery; serving exotic brands of coffee with aromas like fresh ground heaven. Poured and plated to perfection, a taste of the bagels at this restaurant is a treat like no other. The free Wi-Fi is also a plus and you can get work done while losing yourself in the world of coffee. If you are looking for a place where you can take a moment to sit back, relax and enjoy a cup or two of coffee, Coffee and bagels is the place. Click the link to read reviews and find out more about Coffee and bagels.
Brioche cafe 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. Brioche cafe serves Caribbean, Lebanese, African and Mediterranean cuisines. Click the link to read reviews and find out more about Brioche cafe.
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.
Boho kitchen and eatery was created out of immense love for food and culinary experiments. It is located in the lush hidden suburbs of Karen and it offers indoor and outdoor dining settings. Opened from 11:30am to 5:30pm, Boho eatery serves predominantly vegan and vegetarian food. If you are looking to get some work done in a serene environment, the natural ambience and light at Boho eatery would make your experience satisfactory. They also have free Wi-Fi. Click the link to read reviews and find out more about Boho eatery.
Chekafe is a Japanese Sweets Factory that’s located in Kauria Close in Lavington, Nairobi. It’s a simple open garden restaurant with perfect lighting and aeration and this makes Chekafe the best place to have a casual chill hang out with your loved ones. One thing that sets Chekafe apart is their ramen. They prepare their food with the highest culinary standards, incorporating some of the traditional and modern Japanese techniques. Their pork ramen is rich in flavor and the broth will leave you slurping unapologetically. Click the link to read reviews and find out more about Chekafe.
Pallet Café has received several accolades for being very intentional in its humanitarian agenda. It’s the only restaurant of its own in Kenya that has purely deaf servers. Pallet Café is a garden restaurant found in Lavington, Nairobi. It began purely as a café but has recently added a yoga Centre, co-working space, and art gallery. Their menu serves food ranging from juicy beef burgers, healthy noodles, and several vegan items. It’s a great place to learn one or two things about sign language as you enjoy great food. Click the link to read reviews and find out more about Pallet Café.
Café Kaya is to die for. From its interior to its food, it has really set itself apart from other cafes in Nairobi. The interior is spiced up with its nautical themed décor and the whole place is just chic. It’s a family-friendly restaurant that’s located in Viking House, Westlands. Visiting Café Kaya for a meal is definitely the best thing you can do for your taste buds. The atmosphere is perfect for a laptop and chill session: very conducive to get some work done. Click the link to read reviews and find out more about Café Kaya.
Art Caffe is a family-style restaurant that doubles as a coffee shop. It is famous for its simple aesthetics and eye-catching fixtures. They serve mouth-watering platters, and these heartwarming delicacies will leave you going back for more. Art Caffe has several branches all around Nairobi offering an amazing breakfast that’s prepared using the highest quality of ingredients. They serve their food from 7 am it will definitely tickle your taste buds. Enjoy their grilled bacon and tomatoes before heading to work. Click the link to read reviews and find out more about Art Caffe.
Cj’s restaurant is a beautiful restaurant with electric lighting fixtures and neutral tones. 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: a perfect place to get some work done with their free wi-fi. Click the link to read reviews and find out more about Cj’s.
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