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BY LAURA MUHUMUZA
It was my second day in SA and believe me when I say eating was on the top of my to-do list even though I wanted to stay indoors on this cold evening. So, i tried to figure out what I could order in.
‘Google is your friend’, I had always been told, so I hit up the guys to see what I could find.
KFC, Nandos, McDonald’s came up as the only near options…. Nah mehn I could find those at home in UG. The search went on until i stumbled onto this restaurant called Baron. Boy oh boy did the pork rack look great. It looked so good the thought of ordering in temporarily disappeared, into the Uber I went, I needed to pick up my meal and see this place.
Looks disappointing? Not at all…just like the smell that welcomed me, i knew I was in for a treat.
With my meal in hand, i jumped into an Uber to go back home. That ride was a challenge. I was ready to pig out, but i thought i should represent the Ugandan people and ‘behave’ and only eat when i got back to my destination. Plus, i also thought i’d make the driver hungry if i started eating. He did let me know though that I wouldn’t be disappointed with Baron… 🤤🤤
I got home, loosened my clothes, ready for the feast.
I opened my box and i saw what was going to be a truly orgasmic meal…. Guys, I kid you not.
A huge pork rack, nice long salty French fries and onion rings.
AM I LYING?
The pork was so juicy, so soft, so tender and salted to perfection.
The marinade. You could taste it deep inside Inadi meat, thank gosh I was alone, cause the ooohhh and aahhss….. How do I explain this without turning into Stella Nyanzi?
I shall keep it PG…..
Don’t get me started on the quantity.
Baron (in 4 ways) did naaatt lie.
It was pure heaven