Bolt Food expands to more areas within Nairobi

Bolt Food, has expanded its operations into new areas within Nairobi. The service will now be available in South C, South B, CBD, Mombasa Road, Loresho, Girgiri, Kitisuru, Runda, Muthaiga, and Ruaka.  

The company has also onboarded new restaurants on its platform, including Java, ArtCaffe, Debonairs and Steers, adding to the growing list of restaurants already on its platform. 

“We continue to scale up our operations for the benefit of our customers as we bring a great selection of restaurants at great prices. We are committed to solidifying our food business in Kenya and granting many people access to the “Bolt Food convenience”. Our core business is entrenched in quality, responsible and convenient food delivery services. We are excited to make this stride within Nairobi.” said Edgar Kipng’etich Kitur, Country Manager, Bolt Food. 

The initiative brings Bolt Food’s growing network to twenty areas since its launch within Nairobi, which includes; Parklands, Westlands, Highridge, Spring Valley, Kitisuru, Lavington, South C, South B, Kilimani, Upperhill, Valley Arcade, Kitusuru, Huruma Village, Spring Valley, Muthangari, Kileleshwa, Kilimani, CBD,Ruaka and Maziwa in Kibera. 

Orders on Bolt Food are currently running a 40% full menu discount with delivery offers with restaurants such as KFC, JAVA, ArtCaffe participating. To place an order, one can pick a restaurant of choice in the app, see its menu and select the foods they wish. Before confirming the order, you will view the cost of your shopping basket and the approximate delivery time. You can then choose your preferred means of payment, and a receipt will be sent to your email address.

“We continue to give exciting offers and amazing discounts to our customers to continue serving them even better,” said Mr Kitur. 

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