Tapas Ceviche Bar

Westgate Mall, Mwanzi Rd, Westlands, Nairobi

Restaurant Information

Rustic, with dark wood, patterned tiles lining the walls, and warm earthen red floors; Tapas Ceviche Bar is truly a glimpse into the Spanish soul.

An inviting space offering only the finest range of wines, tequila and cocktails, Tapas stays true to its name incorporating a wide range of cazuelas, pinchos and cosas de picar delicacies including vegetarian, seafood and meat dishes to fill any appetite. Sample their range of signature ceviche dishes with a unique range of flavours including fresh fish, vegetables and spices.

Take advantage of the special lunch offer from noon to 4pm including the Almuerzo de tapas, which allows you to choose any 3 tapas dishes for 1050.00 only.

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Reviews (20) Recent Popular

Keith Njiru

The ambience is very hospitable....can add a sparkle to your day

Njoki Mbugua

Went for #NRW2017 here and I loved it! Especially the peruvian style raw fish starter plus the Kikuyu in me definitely would go back for the patatas bravas.:-) On the downside however,they didn't have the complimentary cocktail.

Caroline Vundi

My friend and I had an amazing experience. The food was so flavourful, the ambience was perfect and the drinks were great! The bathrooms are too far though!

Njeri Mbuthia

It was waaaaayyyyyy better than I expected. Overall food was great (but those patatas were meeh) and portions were value for money (super-stuffed). Spoiler alert: their chocolate all-ways is yummy.

Collins Ojenge

Loved the ambience and service. Didn't enjoy their food as much though

Ruth Wangui

great ambience and i so loved how the service was quick and the waiters were right there to help you with interpretation of the menu. i so loved the food will def be back again

Jacelyn  wangari

Service is on point. The decor is amazing. Btw, the sangria glass is just kick ass hihi. HOWEVER, the meatballs are terrible. I would definitely go back for drinks,,,never coming here on an empty stomach

Kevin Oyugi

It was actually my first experience there, and my highlight has to be the interior decor. While the service is efficient, it may appear as too quick, as more often than not the waiters (at least two of them) were in a hurry to take care of my order and not listen to the details. Nonetheless the food was on time and the portions for the main meals were generous. I hear the tapas is quite a mean serving, so if you're hungry, go for the lunch meals which happen to be served all round. I hear they have Salsa and other delightful theme nights. It's a nice place to grab an evening drink, have an intimate meet with a loved one or close friends.

Britta Wulfekammer

This is one of my favorite places in Nairobi. I always go for Tapas and have almost had all of them. The lunch special for 3 tapas is great value. My favorite are the Peruvian Ceviche and the Carpaccio. You can't go wrong with this place. Highly recommended

AE  Gutierrez

Nice service, I was impressed that the waiter was right there with my ordering by the Spanish item names., and he was sweet to my son who was dining with us. Good ambiance, well chosen plates and glassware. Food -- sangria was good (and hooray for happy hour), churros fabulous, the tuna ceviche great-- just the right heat, fresh, nice balance with lemon. Patatas bravas were so-so, crema was good the potatoes themselves needed more time on the stovetop and some garlic to be exciting. The only would-not-order-again was the "tortilla" with black beans and aguacate. A tortilla in Spain (home of tapas) is not the chapati-like flatbread it is in Mexico, but like a thick omelet or crustless quiche (made with eggs). This was a tortilla (the pasty kind from grocery store, albeit w grill marks) filled with mostly onion and bell pepper. If it's to be a wrap or taco just call it that, but make a good fresh tortilla (very do-able), but if a Spanish tortilla then have at it, also a great dish and a tapas staple. Aside from that misstep quite nice and we'll come back again for the ceviche and churros for sure.