Food: EatOut Partners With VISA For Some Great Deals During The Burger Week 2019

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EatOut Kenya has partnered with Visa to bring you 10 days of burger-filled goodness across Nairobi and Mombasa.

The VISA Burger Week 2019, which marks the fourth edition of the famed burger week, takes place from the 5th to the 15th of August 2019.

Happening in over 80 restaurants across Nairobi and Mombasa the VISA Burger Week 2019 features exciting offers including 2-for-1 burger deals as well as ‘Burger+Drink’ combo meals.

All you need to be part of this goodness is to download the EatOut App, view participating restaurants and once you’ve chosen an eatery, pay using a VISA card to redeem burger offers.

Speaking on the partnership with EatOut Kenya, Victor Ndlovu, Visa country manager for Kenya highlighted that this would be an opportunity to reward VISA cardholders with a memorable week of pursuing great food.

“Kenyans have an affinity for great dining experiences and through the Nairobi Visa Burger Week we can also showcase the convenience and security of digital payments.” He added.

Different from the former editions, this year’s edition of Burger Week brings a twist by including niche restaurants, to cater to more artisanal tastes among consumers. Some of the renown restaurants who participated in the previous include; Movenpick Hotel Nairobi, Coffee Casa and Urban Gourmet Burger. With the EatOut app you get to choose from over a hundred restaurants across Nairobi and Mombasa.

The list of participating restaurants both in Nairobi and Mombasa are below.


Uncle Nene’s
The Shack
Coffee Casa
Pan Asian
Brew Bistro Ngong
Brew Bistro Fortis
Nyama Mama Delta
Nyama Mama Yaya
Nyama Mama Village
Nyama Mama Capital Center
J’s Karen
J’s Westlands
Wildly Coffee
Urban Coffee
Grilll shack
Burger King Lavington
Burger King Next Gen
Burger King The Hub
Burger King TRM
Burger King Two Rivers
Kafe Koko
Kulan Cuisine
Persia Lounge
Balkan Grill House
Argenti Riverside
Argenti Statehouse
The Tavern
Pork pit
Sky Bar @ Ibis
Kilele Nyama @ Ibis
Utamu @ Ibis
Sax and Violins
The Grind
Mama Rocks – Westlands
Mama Rocks – Kilimani
Live – inn @ Park Inn
Kesh Kesh
Waterhole – Ole Sereni
Que Pasa
Pallet Cafe
About Thyme
Spurs Karen
Fonda NBO
The Conservatory @ Windsor
NewsCafe Karen
Newscafe Rosslyn
Newscafe Adlife
Newscafe Sarit
Big Square Moi Avenue
Big Square Standard Street
Big Square Mombasa Road
Big Square Wayaki Way
Big Square Junction
Big Square Lavington
Big Square Two Rivers
Big Square The Oval
Big Square Wilson Airport
Big Square Adlife
Big Square Garden City
Sofra – Village Market
Charlies Bistro Kileleshwa
K1 Klubhouse
Charlies Bistro CBD
Makuti Bar @ Intercontinental
Terrace Restaurant @ Intercontinental
Plantation Cafe @ Intercontinental
Urban Eatery
Captains Terrance
The Tav
Thorn Tree @ Sarova Stanley
Hotel Rio
Muze (disco bistro)
40 Forty Lounge
Local Grill
Joe’s atlanta Wings
Burger Hut
Spur Two Rivers
The Grove
Maxland Hotel
Snack Attack Sarit
Flame Tree @ Sarova Stanley
Steers South C
Steers Muindi Mbingu
Steers Donholm
Steers Ngong Road
Urban Gourmet Burger Capital Centre
Urban Gourmet Burger Two Rivers
Urban Gourmet Burger Village Market
Urban Gourmet Burger Westgate


Grill House
10 street
Blue Room
Sunset Lounge @ English Point
Baharini @ Swahili Beach
Caribou Cafe
Moorings Floating Restaurant
The Samba Rio
Steam Bar & Grill
Tiki bar
Biq Square Nyali

As a burger lover, it goes without saying that this would be the opportune time, to try something new as far as burgers are concerned.

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