The Nairobi Java House Group has opened its 59th branch in East Africa. The new branch is located at the Shell petrol station, on James Gichuru. The coffee house puts its count in Kenya to 52. This branch will serve the business community and residents within Lavington, Kileleshwa, Kilimani and Nairobi at large.
During the opening, Paul Smith, Chief Executive Officer, Java House Group said, “As Java House Group, we continue to open more doors to our clients for them to experience our finest coffee and make us their coffee house of choice. This expansion plan also targets other counties apart from Nairobi as we would like to scale our experience across Kenya”
“Coffee intake in Kenya is relatively low as much as Kenya is one of Africa’s leading coffee exporters. As Java, we plan to take Kenyans on a coffee brewing journey and develop a coffee culture amongst Kenyans. We aim to scale coffee-drinking culture in Kenya to new heights”, he added.
Java House has had an extraordinary journey since its founding in 1999 and it is passionate about creating unique and innovative experiences for its customers everywhere. Java is known for having the finest brewed coffee varieties within East Africa, and since its launch 19 years ago, the Java House Group prides itself in giving the customers an experience and endeavors to educate customers on the finest coffee.
Java continues to delight its guests through its unique African hospitality approach, offering good quality food and great coffee. This expansion plan commenced in 2015 has seen the restaurant chain double its branches over the years and this has been seen even in new cities outside Kenya.
Across Kenya’s borders, the restaurant has four branches, in Kampala, Jinja, Kigali and Entebbe