TAKING PRIDE IN UPPING THE ANTE IN FOOD STANDARDS
(Posted 02nd October 2019)
The Park Inn by Radisson in Nairobi’s Westlands area has served notice to the competition with the launch of an all new menu selection created by the hotel’s chef.
Slow sellers from the old menu were replaced with new items while those in hot demand were kept.
Also new is an Indian menu, aimed at providing an additional dining option in the Westlands area for Nairobi’s very large Indian community and aficionados of Indian cuisine.
Anyone ordering a steak will now receive a complimentary glass of house wine, to further add value and enhance a guest’s dining experience.
Meanwhile has the Attic Roof Top Bar also seen changes introduced, a fancied venue on the hotel’s roof with views across the entire Westlands area. From Monday to Friday has this location become a favourite venue for many working in the area for an after office drink or get together with friends and here can the new themes now be revealed:
- Monday blues: Happy hour on selected cocktails 5pm to 7pm
- Lucky Tuesday: Special offers on wines and selected cocktails
- Jazz Wednesday with Naestra band from 7pm t-11pm
- Sizzling Thursday:Sumptous platters and Burgers on offer
- DJ Febian every Friday, playing the best hits in town
To round up the good news has the hotel also launched a campaign of ’20 percent off published tariffs’ for the month of October, giving their regular guests an additional reason to return to the hotel.
The Park Inn by Radisson was joined yesterday by a new ‘family member’ when the second Radisson Blu opened in Nairobi, located next to the Arboretum and named after it.
All this happened against the backdrop of the 9th edition of the Magical Kenya Travel Expo opening later today, which has seen more than 200 hosted buyers and international travel media from around the world come into the Kenyan capital to check out the offerings Magical Kenya has prepared for them.