List of steps
(Total number of steps: 4)
Obtain restaurant licence  (4)

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Summary of the procedure
 

Where to go? (2)

You will have to go to the following agencies. The number indicates how many interactions are required with each entity.
Kenya Commercial Bank
1
Kenya Commercial Bank
Tourism Regulatory Authority (x 3)
2 3 4
Tourism Regulatory Authority

What you will get (1)

The objective of the procedure is to obtain those documents.
Restaurant Licence
4
Restaurant Licence

Required documents 

The documents with green band will be provided to you during the procedure.

Tourism Licence application form
2
Tourism Licence application form
Restaurant Menu
2
Restaurant  Menu
Food handlers health certificate
2
Food handlers health certificate
Work permit
2
Work permit
Affidavit
2
Lease agreement
2
Lease agreement
Proof of ownership of premises
2
Proof of ownership of premises
Certificate of incorporation
2
Certificate of incorporation
Memorandum of a company with share capital-CR 2
2
Memorandum of a company with share capital-CR 2
Insurance cover
2
Insurance cover
Bank deposit slip
2
Bank deposit slip
Summary of staff
2
Summary of staff
Restaurant inspection checklist
3
Restaurant inspection checklist
Stamped deposit slip
4
Stamped deposit slip

How much?

Cost of the procedure  KES  1,000

Cost detail

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KES 1,000
Application processing fee for restaurant licence

How long ?

The estimated total time is calculated by adding the time spent: 1) waiting in queue, 2) at the counter and 3) between steps.
  Min. Max.
Total time (sum): 1 d 15 d
of which:
Waiting time in queue (sum): 15mn 1h.
Attention at counter: 45mn 1h. 40mn
Waiting time until next step (sum): 1 d 15 d

Legal justification?

The regulations which justify the procedure and its content
Tourism  Regulatory Authority Regulations 2014 Tourism Regulatory Authority Regulations 2014
  Sections 2nd schedule, 3rd schedule, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 ,  Article 4th schedule
Tourism Act 2011 Tourism Act 2011
  Section  98
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