Café Javas has seven branches within Uganda’s capital Kampala and plans further expansions in Nairobi.
An interior design masterpiece that has a touch of class and ambiance and a delectable menu are synonymous makes Café Javas (CJ) restaurant the new talk of town in Nairobi.
Located along Koinange Street, The Mandela Group-owned CJs bringing its full-service, quick casual generous servings to the city’s coffee lovers. Cafe Javas is the newest restaurant in the Central Business District. Its opening has created room for more business meeting space and even casual dates in town.
CJ’s is a fully fledged restaurant specializing in delivering a relaxed and memorable dining experience They have over 300 carefully selected, mouthwatering menu items. Whatever your taste, it’s well catered for. The rich aroma of freshly ground coffee is the handiwork of skilled baristas, adept in latte art. This ensures you get a freshly prepared cup of coffee as the beans are roasted on site.
The glassy finish and the overall white and green minimalist themed restaurant is CJs first outlet in Kenya, an entry that was not without drama. About three years ago, it obtained a court order blocking the entry of Kenya’s Java House, citing trademark infringements. Perhaps to avoid a similar scenario, Cafejavas’ Nairobi restaurant has been branded as CJs.
The firm’s expansion into Kenya raises its rivalry with Java House with which it was embroiled in a trademark war in its Ugandan home market. Café Javas has seven branches within Uganda’s capital Kampala and an additional outlet at Victoria Mall in Entebbe.
And if you are looking for quality quantity, presentation, courtesy and affordability, then this is the place to be.
“They have over 300 carefully selected, mouthwatering menu items. The rich aroma of freshly ground coffee is the handiwork of skilled baristas, adept in latte art”
The magnicinet exterior also has sitting spaces, where customers who want to have their meals watching the hustles and the bustles in the Nairobi streets while enjoying the cool breeze in the evenings in the rather quiet uptown surrounding.
The chain plans to open another branch at Village Market. It is likely to offer stiff competition to Javas because its prices are also fairly low. Because of its Muslim ownership, it does not sell alcohol and pork.
The chain has seven locations around Kampala and one in Entebbe. Kenyans have taken to social media to express their expectations with regard to the new kid on the bloc.