Restaurants in Kenya

While Kenya is attracting travellers and tourists from all around the world with dramatic nature, many national parks, exciting wildlife and other places, where there is not a single restaurant around. However, missing out trying some traditional cuisine and restaurant atmosphere in Kenya is definitely not something you want to miss experiencing. It might seem a bit surprising to the tourist, but Kenya has a pretty diverse and vast restaurant scene, while the traditional cuisine is very unique, interesting and not something you would try on a daily basis. Most of the sea resorts in Kenya, which is where the majority of the tourism is gathered, operate on a dinner, bed and breakfast or full-board basis, but this does not mean that you have to miss your chance and get to know traditional cuisine up close. Have a look at our page to explore all places to eat out in Kenya.

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The Trout Tree Restaurant

The Trout Tree Restaurant is located less than 100m off the main Kiganjo-Nanyuki Road, on the Burguret River and 3km from Nanyuki Civil Airstrip.   Built in and around a huge Mugumo (Sacred Fig) Tree, the restaurant serves fresh trout from the trout ponds below, char-grilled to perfection. Nestled in the lower end of the Tamtrout Trout Farm, Creaky Cottage provides a memorable getaway venue.  Set in a tranquil corner, the Burguret River loops around the cottage on three sides.  This self-contained cottage sleeps up to 6 people, with two double bedrooms and two single beds set in the attic room accessed by a ladder.  



Seven Seafood & Grill

Already considered to be Nairobi’s premier award-winning dining destination, Seven’s distinctive and innovatively designed restaurants offer a sumptuous selection of the finest Indian Ocean seafood. Whether you’re a seasoned mixologist or a light social drinker, Seven’s elegant restaurants, and hand crafted bars provided fun and excitement for all with interactive drinks that will surely keep you coming for more.