Nairobi has its fair share of coffee houses. Veteran Java House, trendy Art Caffe, Savannah, Dormans (most outlets closed now), the Mug, Kaldis and plenty of boutique coffee shops splashed around town. I’ve had coffee and/ or meals from all of the above, with the exception of Kaldis. And boy was I glad when a friend took me out to lunch there. We sat in the airy terrace and had good food and good conversation.
Kaldis Coffee House is quite possibly the best value for money you can get in Nairobi. You can have a filling meal and refreshing drink all for under KES 1000. We visited the branch on Ralph Bunche road and I was thoroughly impressed. Great work has been put into their ambience, they have quick service and their food is delectable.
They do not serve alcohol, so you may want to bear that in mind when you visit them. However, their mocktails are large, tasty and well priced. As are their coffees, teas and iced drinks.
Looking for somewhere to have a quick business meeting, lunch date or coffee to-go? Try Kaldis! They have a branch in the Nairobi CBD and at the Professor Nelson Awori Centre on Ralph Bunche Road.
Thank you for reading friend! ❤
4 thoughts on “Trying out Kaldis! 😎”
The branch at Ralph Bunche Road is where Savannah formerly was? Good to know! Never tried Kaldis before, I’ll give it a try.
I think Savannah was opposite Nelson Awori. Is it not there anymore? Hope you like Kaldis! 🙂
I ate at Kaldis CBD once – a red velvet cake! It was bitter, I just had two spoonfuls… didn’t get a refund! Never been back. Didn’t even know they have three branches.
(I see you met DisCOucher, I recommended your blog 😊😊)
Thanks girl! 🙂 You rock! Pole about the horrible experience at Kaldis.