Carrefour Branches in Nairobi

Carrefour Branches in Nairobi: Carrefour, a French supermarket chain opened its first store in Kenya in 2016. The retailer recently opened an outlet at Comet House, the second branch Carrefour in Nairobi CBD. The retail franchise, owned by Dubai-based Majid Al Futtaim, now has 21 stores, 17 of which are in Nairobi while Kisumu and Mombasa host two stores each.

Carrefour Nairobi CBD

1. Carrefour Comet House

along Monrovia Street

2. Carrefour St Ellis Plaza

on Wabera Street, opposite City Hall.

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Carrefour Branches in Nairobi

1. Carrefour Mega

Along Uhuru Hwy

Open ⋅ Closes 12 am

2. Carrefour Southfield


Opens soon ⋅ 8:30 am

3. Carrefour Galleria

Off, Road · 0800 221 322

Open ⋅ Closes 10 pm

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4. Carrefour Sarit Center

Sarit Center, Karuna Rd ·

Open ⋅ Closes 10 pm

5. Carrefour Westgate

Westgate Shopping Mall

Open ⋅ Closes 10 pm

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6. Carrefour Village Market

Limuru Rd

Open ⋅ Closes 10 pm

7. Carrefour Two Rivers

Off Limuru Rd

Closes 10 pm

8. Carrefour The Hub

Nairobi · 0800 221 322

Closes 10 pm

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9. Carrefour Market – Buruburu

10. Carrefour Thika Road Mall

Closes 10:30 pm

11. Carrefour Nextgen

Nextgen Mall Mombasa Road

Opens: 8:30 am

12. Carrefour Garden City

Garden City Mall, Ground Floor · 0800 221 322

Closes 10 pm

13. Carrefour BBS

Yale Business Park, 2nd Floor, Shop No. S5, Yare Towers

Closes 9:30 pm

Carrefour Kenya Contacts

Phone: 0800 221 322.

Facebook: @CarrefourKe.

Twitter: @CarrefourKe.

Instagram: @carrefourkenya

Conclusion: Carrefour Branches in Nairobi

Carrefour remains one of the leading supermarkets in Kenya. Their services are highly rated and they often have great offers that help their customers to save on the cost of essential goods. If you are in Nairobi, you can visit the nearest store to have a glimpse of the latest offers. According to the retail franchise owner in Kenya, Majid Al Futtaim, the country remains a key market in its expansion strategy. So Kenyans can expect more branches to grow across the country through physical stores and e-commerce offerings.