The Mongolian traditional diet is mainly made up of meats, animal fat and dairy. The people who live there need the fat to cope with the extremely cold temperatures. We live in the sunny trtropics so in addition to the fish, beef, liver, chicken and pork (served separately by you), there was a spread of … Continue reading MONGOLIAN AT KABIRA
The only downside to eating the ribs at The Black Lantern is that ALL other ribs, indeed all other pork you eat again, will pale in comparison. The only place I have eaten pork that came close to the glory of this pork was at a place called La Boheme in Munynonyo-about 10 years ago. … Continue reading Pork ribs at The Black Lantern
“Peanut butter is not just a bread spread.” Grace Obangamara, co-owner of Ivory Organics peanut butter says. She knows A LOT about peanut butter/ground nut paste/kipoli and with Ivory Organics Peanut butter, she and her sister Akidi Christine are doing something we love; taking a Ugandan staple and elevating it. They are the only Ugandan … Continue reading IVORY ORGANICS SHARES DIFFERENT WAYS TO EAT PEANUT BUTTER
Say what you will about Uganda but we CAN and sometimes do make great stuff. Take for instance this indie chocolate factory that with love and hands on (literally) attention produces great chocolate from locally grown cacao trees. After tasting it, you will wonder why you need to buy imported chocolate ever again. The chocolate … Continue reading How Moonbean chocolate makes the best hand-made chocolate in Uganda.
Sometimes it is worth it to spoil yourself a little with some good food. Beyond just filling your stomach, food is fun, it lets you bond with old friends and introduces you to some new ones. To those who have their eyes on their waist lines, there are a number of ways you can take … Continue reading Eating at Kabira
When you think of Morocco, what comes to mind? For me it is sand, tea, very bright colours and spicey food. But since I have never been to Morocco and will not be in the near future, thanks to the lock downs, I have had to contend with pictures and stories and my own imagination-untill … Continue reading Kabira’s Moroccan Mezze platter
Here’s a little something to brighten your day! A new pizzeria and grill house just opened in Bukoto/Naguru. I have had the pizza there twice, so I figured I should stop keeping the goodness to myself. The first time was at their opening when it was super cheap; my comrades and I enjoyed the chicken … Continue reading Gluten free pizza is actually great
So Bushpig isn’t an ordinary backpackers, and if you have been there, you know this. If you have not, a swing by their socials or your basic word of mouth will confirm it. Take for instance the fact that this Holiday season, their offer is all about sharing. That is; sharing your good fortune, sharing … Continue reading Where to Eat this holiday season: Bushpig backpackers
You undoubtedly know them for their homemade noodles and every food Japanese. But this Christmas season, Yujo Izakaya is doing something a little extra. Take a look at their holiday offers. SUSHI BAR Price tag: From 54k and 39k for vegetarian options For the holiday season Yujo has launched a New Sushi Bar menu including … Continue reading Where to eat THIS holiday season: Yujo Izakaya.
It is easy to get distracted at The Terrace; cocktails are fairly priced, you want to try the cheese plates, the music gives rise to nostalgia. When did you last hear Torn? But the mission was to eat and it was executed. The mains on the Kampala restaurant week menu were chicken breast and Spinach … Continue reading Breast, done right.