@Subway to Kenya

From Bankelele Fri Feb 8 2013, 03:10:00

Now that the novelty of having KFC in Kenya has somewhat faded, it's time to welcome another global restaurant giant. This time it's Subway who have sub-Saharan African operations in South Africa, Tanzania and Zambia, and are now seeking new restaurant locations in the downtown Nairobi (CBD), Westlands, Kilimani, Gigiri and Upper Hill.

Somewhat related, December also saw the opening of a Naked Pizza restaurant in Westlands.

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