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Food Court among the best spot for Chinese food in Nairobi

I recently paid a visit to this mall for my shopping and it has been a while since I last visited... read more

Reviewed April 22, 2018
WMunene
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Nairobi, Kenya
Decent mall

Visited here looking to do some souvenir shopping. Didn’t find much. It’s a regular shopping mall... read more

Reviewed December 25, 2017
kalravmishra
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New Delhi, India
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22 Apr 2018
“Food Court among the best spot for Chinese food in Nairobi”
25 Dec 2017
“Decent mall”
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Lower Aka Tee Road, Nairobi, Kenya
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Reviewed April 22, 2018

I recently paid a visit to this mall for my shopping and it has been a while since I last visited. What with so many other malls in Nairobi. It was around lunch time and I made a bee line direction to the food court...More

Thank WMunene
Reviewed December 25, 2017 via mobile

Visited here looking to do some souvenir shopping. Didn’t find much. It’s a regular shopping mall and may be useful if you want to stock up for a long trip around outside Nairobi.

Thank kalravmishra
Reviewed August 14, 2017 via mobile

Sarit center has all the shops and amenities inside it to make it a one stop shop. However, the mall itself feels dated, is poorly lit, dirty and very stuffy due to lack of ventilation. Cinema, gym, foodcourt, travel agent, sportshop, electronics store, coffee shops,...More

Thank REA-Eastafrica
Reviewed July 26, 2016

One of the oldest if not first mall in Nairobi. Variety of shops and a Java house coffee shop. Highlights are the food court with wide range of choices. Had a lebanese shawarma which I enjoyed. Had a couple of drinks in bar round the...More

1  Thank nirajgudka
Reviewed January 23, 2016

During our time in Nairobi, the Sarit Centre has offered us everything we wanted to have, from huge supermarket gangs, to video game squares, toy shops in the great tradition of Toys 'R Us (though not to be confused, not the same here, but literally...More

Thank theTimeTravellersBox
Reviewed January 22, 2016

if you want to shop for the most necassary things this is a good place, however if youre looking for that special thing there is better places to go to.

Thank Goldheed
Reviewed December 15, 2015

Being the original large mall in Nairobi, the Sarit Center has a culture of its own. It has tons of stores, a Java House, and a cinema. My family goes there about once a month or once every 2 months. However, the bathrooms are a...More

Thank Nathan R
Reviewed August 16, 2015 via mobile

The Sarit center appears to be one of the older shopping malls in Nairobi and especially its architecture/design isn't very appealing by today's standards. However, it has a few good shops and that's why it is still a busy mall: Apple Store, a large Healthy...More

Thank Barnskybeat
Reviewed July 20, 2015

the new Expansion is awesome. This place has maintained its look and ambiance for so many years.. Love the changes and improvements over the years and lots of great memories as a child cherished here. Its got all the services that a shopping mall needs...More

Thank Miinks
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