Village Market 3.0 rating based on 1 rating1 Review 0 Visitor Photos + Limuru Rd, Nairobi, Kenya 254 712 248890 http://villagemarket-kenya.com/ email@example.com Village Market Cuisine: African, Global/International Good for: Breakfast/Brunch, Delivery, Late Night
Japanese? Check! Persian? Check! German? Umm, yeah; that, too. There's a bakery with fabulous breads, a kiosk specializing in tiramisu...
Japanese? Check! Persian? Check! German? Umm, yeah; that, too. There’s a bakery with fabulous breads, a kiosk specializing in tiramisu — and not a brand-name fast food joint in sight among the 20 or so different options.
Welcome to the food court at the Village Market in Nairobi, a great place to stop for a quick, inexpensive lunch. There are plenty of stylish tables and chairs shaded from the Kenyan mid-day sun — even a long banquette with colorful pillows to adjust the comfort.
The Orchid serves a variety of Iranian dishes, including lamb, chicken and fish enlivened with typically Persian sauces made with plums, pomegranates, quince, prunes, apricots or raisins and spiced with saffron, dried limes, cinnamon or parsley.
Pomodoro specializes in pasta and pizza. A Taste of Africa provides exactly what it’s name specifies. RoRo prepares Japanese specialties, including a large selection of vegetarian options. Khazana promises “the best Indian food in town,” and German Point lets you indulge in a Bavarian treat.
If you’re in the mood for a more leisurely meal, there are sit-down restaurants at the Village Market, too, including the Seven Seafood & Grill (specializing in oysters, lobsters, prawns and fish from the Indian Ocean) and Osteria Gigiri, where the menu is inspired by Italy.
The Village Market isn’t what its name suggests. It’s a sprawling, open-air shopping center in an upscale neighborhood of Nairobi (it’s next door to the Tribe, an expensive boutique hotel known for its cutting-edge design). You’ll find a flower shop, gifts, clothing, sundries, furniture, toys and several bank branches (including Chase).
Don’t miss the huge Nakumatt Supermarket (it’ll remind you of a Super WalMart). This is a great place to stock your hotel room with beverages and snacks as well as check out the brands of Kenyan coffee and tea available (the perfect souvenir).
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