5 Cheapest Places To Get Good Food in Nairobi
by VictorOmega Posted on 11/08/2014
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Nairobi is surely the land of opportunity; at least for many East Africans. I mean it is a renowned business hub, entertainment hub and hospitality hub. People here work really hard and tenacious workers once in a while need to go and catch a bite. Like the popular phrase, a hungry man is an angry man I think we don’t want angry people walking on our streets and thus this eateries might deem quite worthwhile even with the tightest budget;

Dominion House:

Located on Tom Mboya street right opposite Imenti House, this definitely has to be the cheapest eatery. And they don’t serve that jail food which includes undercooked veggies, 1 piece of meat and mushy cheap rice; I’m talking a good combination of ugali, sukumawiki or cabbage and beef and trust me the proportions are quite healthy all this at a 100 bob. If you choose liver or lamb, the price will be slightly higher at 120 bob. I know, I know, doesn’t seem true- I was a bit skeptical in the first days as well but 1 month down the line, my health is still in check. The sitting arrangement is also quite cozy and the service equally accommodating.

Jamia Mall:

Located slightly on the upper side of town, this mall is adjacent the iconic Jamia mosque. A business complex, it also hosts a couple of eating establishments on the upper floors. Their food combination includes pilau, beef stew, ugali and many more and this ranges from around 100 to 150 bob. I specifically love their pilau which is quite scrumptious. It is popular with lower and slightly middle income earners working in offices within the vicinity. It’s mostly self-service and the sitting arrangement is not exactly the best; kindly don’t take a girl there for the first date.

Green View:

Also located in near Jamia Mosque, actually right next to Jamia mall, this is where you should take a girl for a date if you’re rolling on a tight budget. What to order? Settle for their fish fingers which are served with fries or mash potatoes garnished further by soy sauce and lettuce. And the proportions are quite immense with large sitting space in 3 floors. The prices are quite friendly; with only a 1000 bob, you can manage to dine a girl you’re pursuing and still have enough to dine her friend if she tags one along.

Highlands:

Equivalent to Green view, they’re located in various places across town identifiable with their trademark green.  You can try out their fish, chicken or even mutton which is normally accompanied by either ugali, Kienyeji or fries and they always add up a soup to serve as an appetizer and this is roughly for around only 300 bob. The sitting is also comfy but sometimes they can get a bit overcrowded.

Magomano:

I don’t have much information about this place as it came as a recommendation from a colleague. Apparently it is located on the lower part of Tom Mboya Street and the food prices range from 100 to 150 bob for a plate of rice and reasonable beef stew.




   

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