100 Restaurants Join The Nairobi Burger Week Edition

By Soko Directory Team / Published March 2, 2021 | 1:17 pm




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The famed Nairobi Burger Week by EatOut is back running from 26th Feb to 7th March 2021. Diners have the chance to enjoy delicious burgers.




The famed Nairobi Burger Week by EatOut is back running from 26th Feb to 7th March 2021. Diners have the chance to enjoy delicious burgers at over 100 restaurants.

EatOut has partnered with Mastercard to offer diners 2-for-1 burger deals, ‘Burger + drink’ meal combos, and other value-driven offers. Nairobi Burger Week will not only focus on dine-in services but also on deliveries through UberEats to cater to a wider market.

Mastercard holders can look forward to exclusive free delivery when they order via UberEats.  Additionally, diners have the option to enjoy burgers at discounted prices from Naivas Supermarkets Ltd, which is an exciting new entrant to the otherwise restaurant-focused event.

Burger Week has come to be the main fixture in the culinary calendar of events in Kenya and the latest edition promises to be bigger, better, tastier, and more fun.

Speaking about the Mastercard Nairobi Burger Week, Joy Wairimu, EatOut’s General Manager noted, “Just as with our previous burger week festivals, the focus is to ensure diners enjoy great food with their friends and family, as well as create memorable experiences. The partnership with over 100 restaurants in the city will leave diners spoilt for choice.”

Ifeoma Dozie, Director, Marketing and Communications, Sub-Saharan Africa said: “We’re excited to thrill tastebuds all over the city, by partnering with EatOut and UberEats for this year’s Nairobi Burger Week. As Kenyans continue to embrace digital payments to pursue their passion for food with additional safety and convenience, we are delighted to show our appreciation for our cardholders by offering rewards that add value and priceless memories.”

Nadeem Anjarwalla, UberEats General Manager for Kenya added, “We are teaming up with Eat Out Kenya to bring out the best that Kenyan restaurants have to offer during Burger Week. Through this partnership, we want to showcase the diversity of restaurants that people can search for, discover and order from at the touch of a button and have their favorite burgers delivered reliably and quickly to their homes or offices.”

It will be 10 days of rewarding diners’ palates with juicy burgers that include veg, non-veg, and out-the-box options from the best burger spots across Nairobi. Follow EatOut’s social media channels, Spice FM, and KTN Home for engaging activities and a chance to win dining vouchers.





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