If you need some privacy, the Bamboo Oriental has a private dining room which is just great for large family gatherings or business meetings.
Within spectacular grounds, the Zen Garden complex offers a collection of high class eating places in a serene and tranquil environment. The elegant Bamboo Oriental Restaurant and the Jade coffee house are beautifully designed! The conference facilities are perfect for a peaceful retreat whether it be a corporate function, wedding or garden party.
Each eating establishment offers something a little different to the other... whether it be a place to meet friends on a sunny afternoon, a romantic candlelit dinner with a loved one, or a serious venue to discuss business matters in a quiet environment, you can find it here.
The Bamboo Oriental Restaurant
This elegant Bamboo restaurant offers traditional and modern Chinese/Japanese/oriental menus in a large open plan restaurant. The decor is incredibly stylish with modern dark wood interior, and red and cream details. the waiters are friendly and welcoming. The Bamboo Room is a private dining room adjoining the main restaurant. It's cool elegant decor is perfect for a business lunch or family gathering. It can comfortably seat 20 guests.
Zen Square Conference Rooms
The Zen Square Conference Rooms have been newly refurbished with 4 unique meeting rooms. Zen Square is a great location for corporate functions, seminars, receptions, product launches, fashion shows and cocktail parties.
Jade Coffee House & Teahouse
The verandah to the Jade Coffee and Tea House has a super view of the gardens. This is the place to come for a private business meeting or an afternoon out with friends.
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Zen Garden is a little off the beaten track but well worth the trip! From Westlands drive along Lower Kabete Road for about 2-3km keeping on the main road. Zen Garden is shortly after Hill View and directly before the turning into Ngecha Road.
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