Good news for Nairobi Pizza lovers as annual festival returns
The annual EatOut Kenya Pizza Festival is back for its third installment with more restaurants set to participate and more days to indulge.
From September 29 to October 8, Kenya’s third annual Nairobi Pizza Festival is set to take place at over 60 restaurants around the city, with each offering a delicious 2 for 1 deal on pizza.
During the press launch, Nairobi’s J’s Fresh Bar and Kitchen launched a signature pizza at one of their restaurant in Westlands, Nairobi.
The J’s Wicked Pizza which is oven made under the supervision of Italian chef Fabio Battisti will be also on offer during the festival.
Speaking to Nairobi News, EatOut General Manager Michele Slater said they are glad to partner with all these restaurants to offer the annual festival to Kenyans.
The owner and proprietor of J’s Johnnie McMillan said they are glad to be launching their signature pizza and also to be part of the Pizza Festival for the first time.
“We are looking for other premises so that we can expand our brand and have Kenyans enjoy this authentic Italian pizza,” said Mr McMillan.
Battisti said that people can choose from their 10 different types of pizza’s from Napoli, Prosciutto Funchi, Spicy Salami, to Crostino and Parma.
To enjoy the festival all you have to do is download your free Pizza Passport, present it to a participating outlet, buy your pizza and get another one free.
EatOut has partnered with Mvisa for the 10 day long festival that has attracted several restaurants.
EatOut is Africa’s largest online restaurant guide and was founded in 2010, with a mission to always promote and grow the culinary industry in Kenya.