Find out what Pub restaurants to try in Kisumu. Kisumu, officially known as Kisumu City (and formerly Port Florence), is a Kenyan inland port city on Lake Victoria and the capital city of Kisumu County, Kenya. At an elevation of 1,131 m (3,711 ft), the city-county has a population of 968,879, while the metropolitan region comprising the city and its suburbs and satellite towns of Maseno, Kondele and Ahero was estimated at over 1 million in early 2017. It is the third largest city in Kenya after the capital, Nairobi, and the coastal city of Mombasa. Kisumu is the principal city of western Kenya, the immediate former capital of Nyanza Province, the headquarters of Kisumu County and the proposed headquarters of the Lake Region Economic Block, which is a conglomeration of 13 counties in Western Kenya. It is the largest city in western Kenya and the second most important city after Kampala in the greater Lake Victoria basin.
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This is a tiny pub located in Migosi estate. It's ideal for after-work relaxation. drinks prices are very fair and staff are very interactive.
4 based on 41 reviews
This was really a mistake. Because friends of mine had dined here before and liked it, they took me here too. But something had changed... we were served by complete nitwits (they managed to take the order of the person we had been waiting for, for half an hour and served her the main course without ever having taken our orders! Someone asked: could I have a cocktail? the waiter went and came back with a glass of juice... She asked What's this? "...cocktail" he replied and went off)But most of all: I got such a severe food poisoning! Bbeen ill for a week!
3 based on 60 reviews
We visited the yacht club several times last week as guests of our family and we never got fed up with the views across the lake, the stunning sunsets and the lovely cool breeze.The food was excellent, the butterfish and the chicken saag get special mentions.The ice cold Tusker lager was brilliant and to cap it all, one night there were two hippos grazing in the garden, (I did see them before drinking, honest!).That's something that you will never see in an English pub beer garden!
4 based on 33 reviews
'The Hill' is Kisumu's most popular hangout. It's just 10 minutes out of the city centre and gives a completely different feel of this beautiful lakeside city. It always feels amazing to be by the Lake and no where makes it better than DHC. With water on
This is just a beautiful location overlooking Lake Victoria with virtually guaranteed spectacular sunsets...as the sun retreats diners leave their tables to try and capture the best picture ever...this places hugely popular with locals which ,as a tourist, gives you a more authentic restaurant experience...having said that the food can only be described as average but I would still recommend it as a must do if in Kisumu.
4 based on 44 reviews
The terrace is nice, the bar is solid, has a nice view over kisumu. The stuff is polite and the music good. All that would make the place wonderul but the food was so disapointing that ruined the whole mood. I ordered the fish. That's how they call it actually, fish fillet with fancy described sauce and chips. What i got was mostly not so well fried chips (yes, it's possible) few in number and on top of them, barely visible, a small slice of fish. Tiny. With a bit of cold sauce in the same color as the fries, something yellowish, on top. My friends meal looked more appealin, but tiny portion as well. They should be ashamed to present dishes like that, for a price that is high for kenya standards. Sorry not even close to recommended for food. Go for a beer, I wouldn't trust them for coctails either.
4 based on 74 reviews
There were two branches.One in Mega Plaza closed last Dec,this one is an open air restaurant with a seperate coffee shop.Its located in the Mega City compound which houses Nakumatt and other stores.
Restaurant in the Mega city mall compound with a sparkling pool and good food.The menu is a varied mix of continental dishes,with spacious mixed seating of couches,tables and a small seating area of banquettes near the bar.They have screens for the football and a seperate coffee shop with cakes as well.Service was fine the two days i was there and would highly recommend it.
4 based on 52 reviews
We booked this hotel for a night just to get a feel of it since its the new baby in town. What we got at the reception, not good service she was in a hurry and summarized what we need to know in a minute, breakfast was not as good. I generally didn't like the hotel. it has got so much attention that they take their customers for granted. Definitely not coming back again
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