Taste

Big-SquareOur guide to where to eat this season!

“The most remarkable thing about my mother is that for 30 years, she served the family nothing but leftovers. The original meal has never been found.”
Calvin Trillin (American journalist & food writer)

Family restaurant reviews
Want a place to dine out in Nairobi this month where grown-ups can sit, chat, sip and be adults, while the kids scamper about outside or are otherwise entertained? We recommend:

Adega
This Portuguese eatery is great for the entire family. They have a special kids’ menu featuring fun and creative dishes that they are bound to enjoy. Adega also has a child-friendly bathroom complete with a change table for babies. What makes it even more ideal for families, however, is the outdoor play area complete with slides, a playhouse and a nanny to look after the kids as the adults take in the incredible view and exotic dishes.  Lavinton Curve Mall, www.eatout.co.ke/adega

Big Square (pictured)
Every kid likes to get messy and this no-frills fast food chain offers exactly that. In recent months, its ribs have become the talk of the city and the best way to eat them is with a giant Big Square bib around your neck, and your hands covered in the thick sauce. Some outlets have a state-of-the-art playroom equipped with iPads, Xbox Kinect and more, while
a nanny looks after the children. www.eatout.co.ke/bigsquare

Nairobi Easter Guide
There is no shortage of Easter-themed family activities that can be done this month. From egg tossing, egg painting and egg hunts to picnic lunches and fantastic events and offers around the city, log on to www.yummy.co.ke for your Easter guide!

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