The Kings of catering
We at San Valencia Restaurants and Corporate caterers pride ourselves in satisfying our esteemed customers with unmatched services in our three restaurants namely: Anniversary Restaurant (Anniversary Towers, University Way); Valencia Garden (Lavington, Riara Road) and Valencia Inn Mombasa.
Through experience, we combine meticulous attention to detail, timing and considerable detail to cater with consistent success product launches, staff parties, annual generals meetings and office functions.
San Valencia also specializes in industrial and outside catering for several esteemed clients and an increasing customer base besides adding value of our services by offering our customers with the following;
• Free venue search
• Venue liaison and negotiation
• Theming and entertainment
• Arrange and manage speakers and acts
• Suitable audio /visual package
• Invitation design and distribution
• Transport and logistics
We San Valencia Restaurants and Corporate Caterers believe in the youth of this country and we promote them through sports and talent development. We are the official caterers and co-sponsors of Tusker Project Fame musical talent search for the last four years.
In 2010 we sponsored the San Valencia Rally School, the first of its kind in Africa, and two drivers; - Phineas Kimathi and Asad “Kalulu” Khan_in the KCB Kenya National Rally Championship selected events.
Previously we sponsored the Yoga Brothers who dribbled a football into the Guinness Book of Records ball juggling category.
2006 KenGen AGM Luncheon: 20,000 guests
ISOCARP Conference luncheon: Cumulative 3000 guests for five days
Centum, AGM luncheon: 1,700
Safaricom AGM Luncheon: 1,500 people
Scan Group AGM (2008) 3,200 guests
Ministry of Energy National Conference (2008) 3,000 guests over three days
Kenya We Want Conference (2008) 7,000 guests over three days
Safaricom Celebrity Soccer Tournament (2006) 2,400 guests
MSK Gala Night (2007) 1,200 guests
State Funeral of Vice President Wamalwa Kijana in Kitale
State Funeral of Cabinet Minister Geoffrey Parpai in Loitoktok