Two Rivers Dining Week Set To Close With A Grand Finale

Article by Mari
Posted: July 05, 2019

Lovers of food still have a chance to grab combo meals at the Two Rivers Dining Week which ends today.

The event, dubbed #TwoGoodToResist, has been ongoing for the whole week. Two Rivers, the largest mall in East and Central Africa, brags a large array of restaurants which have cuisine from Ghana, to Turkey, to China. The mall partnered with 14 of its restaurants to give diners an affordable experience they will never forget.

To participate in Dining Week, all diners have to do is walk into the partnered restaurants and ask for the Dining Week menu.  At the launch of the event, we had a chance to indulge in Mister Wok’s decadent menu while today, I had the opportunity to sample Pizza Inn and Creamy Inn’ Dining Week menu.

For Sh800, Pizza Inn is offering a large pizza from their classic menu. My preferred choice was their barbecue chicken pizza, which was served with two milkshakes from Creamy Inn at Sh450. The popular brand stayed true to their generous and tasty reputation with their pizza coming on soft piping hot bread, a large spread of toppings and fresh cheese.

The participating restaurants are:

  • Aldar Lebanese and Somali Restaurant
  • Big Square
  • Burger King
  • Chicken Inn
  • Creamy Inn
  • Galitos
  • Hardees
  • Kafe Koko
  • Lotos Chinese
  • Mister Wok
  • Nagala’s Chakula
  • Pizza Inn
  • Sabor a Mexico
  • Spur Steak Ranches

The restaurants are serving from a fixed price menu with fast food joints combos from Sh450. Casual dining restaurants will be offering two-course meals from Sh800.

Two Rivers mall also hosts a large array of fun activities such as the theme park, the water play area and most famously, the Nairobi Eye.

This Friday will close with an electrifying jazz performance by Chris Bittok from 5pm at the Riverfront.

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