My Take: Wifey hooked us up with a complimentary lunch for 2 at the Artisan Restaurant, Sankara! Located at the heart of Westlands, The Sankara hotel is known for it’s class and 5 star service, our experience there confirmed this. The Restaurant is on the ground floor and has a cosy outdoor setting with a somewhat formal atmosphere. I was fascinated by the high quality cutlery, which looked antique-like (almost made away with a spoon or two 👀 ). We had the mutton rogan gosh with naan and Chicken Tikka with Rice, all which was top-notch! The service, as expected, was also excellent. We sadly didn’t get a chance to visit the roof-top bar, which I hear has a exquisite view of Nairobi city, but that’s on my 2017 to-do list.
Location: Woodvale Groove, Westlands, Nairobi (View on Map)
My Take: After walking out of a restaurant (not mentioning names) in the vicinity, coz of their BS policy, I found myself at Pride Inn, Westlands. Now this place I loved! A friend of mine had always insisted I visit and now I understand why. The service was excellent, I noticed the waiters were a bit older than most places I’ve been, but they were really friendly. The ambience is also pretty good! The food, oh my, the food! They’ve got Chinese, Indian and Continental cuisine. They are quite generous with the potions – which I find very important for a restaurant and it was simply delicious – unfortunately the pics I took don’t do the food justice, t’was kinda dark, should consider getting myself a DSLR. This is a place I’m going to frequent, if you haven’t been, I suggest you visit soon.
- Starter: Chicken lollipop – Chicken drumsticks fried till golden then coated with honey
- Main: Keema Gosht – Minced mutton meat cooked with green peas and Indian spices with Jeera rice
- Dessert: Vanilla Ice cream
Location: Royal Kitchen, Pride Inn, Westlands (View on Map)
Link to Eatout Kenya
*Special Price for Nairobi Restaurant Week