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.

The Trout Tree Restaurant – The restaurant can seat up to 60 people and has two troupes of resident Colobus Monkeys and several resident Tree Hyrax, as well as an abundance of bird life.

Seven Seafood & Grill – Meat lovers are well catered for, with exclusive, hand-selected cuts of Kenya’s finest beef that have been carefully aged and butchered in house.