Opening & Closing Time
Sunday & Public Holidays 10:00 AM - 22:00 PM
Weekdays 08:00 AM - 22:00 PM
Saturday 08:00 AM - 22:00 PM
Telephone +254715 764 261 / +254715 764 260
In all of Africa, few cultures have managed to capture the hearts of many with the same fervency
as the Maasai tribe. Besides being widely renowned for their fearsome reputation as warriors,
their eclectic fashion sense that has managed to inspire international fashion brands such as
Louis Vuitton and Vivienne Westwood, and their unique ethnic cuisine, the Maasai are
undoubtedly a cultural force to reckon with.
This is the legacy that Olpul steak house celebrates. Olpul, in the Maasai culture, is a home
coming celebration of warriors full of song, and reverie that culminates with a feast. Roasting
meat, better known as ‘nyama choma’, is a tradition in the Kenyan culture perfected by the
Olpul steak house and grill brings to life this exotic Kenyan culture in a modern 21st century
setting. The meat presented is from the finest ranches in Kenya – Naivasha, Nanyuki and
Kitengela – with options of freshly cut to 21 day aged meat set on the menu. All marinades are
made from locally sourced spices, oils, and herbs to ensure that both the flavor and the texture of
the steaks served are as delicious and authentic as the culture that inspired it.
Walking into Olpul steak house and grill is parallel to walking through a 21 st century doorway
into an expansive, modern Maasai kraal nestled within the magnificent Two Rivers mall project.
The steak house boasts an avant-garde spattering of cultural elements, materials, textures and
colours in the interior inspired by the iconic image of the Maasai people.
Central to the design is a custom graffiti-style super mural wrapping around the whole restaurant
that represents the Maasai’s passionate lifestyle while at the same time adding a fiery
incandescence and warmth to the steak house.
Oversized beaded light fittings accessorize the circular dining banquettes as an ode to the
unrivaled Maasai neckpiece. The conical shape mimics the form of lay