One of the many reasons that we love food is that it is a transport. Once it moves beyond just for survival, it can become a way to connect and to adventure; taking you and your palate to new places. For a taste of Macau in Kampala, there is Café Latté, a beautiful restaurant and … Continue reading Cafe Macau’s wonton soup
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.
I am curious; does mood and state of mind affect your enjoyment of food? Say, if you had a breakup meal (i see people in movies doing this) at a restaurant with very nice food would you say the meal was horrible even though it was actually really good? This Apple pie came to me … Continue reading Slice of Apple pie at Cafe Mamba
Curious about what the neighbours have in their kitchen? We are. That’s why we are taking a look into the kitchens of food lovers we know. Every month, one of them will share 5 of their favourite ingredients and tell us why they love them so. This month we feature Kasura Francis. Kasura Francis is a brand … Continue reading In their Kitchen 2: Francis Kasura
Do you ever think of cupcakes? Cupcakes are a shot of whisky when you just can’t drink the whole bottle, or afford the hangover. They are what you buy when you need the feel of cake without the investment of an entire one; a romantic gesture, a birthday companion or a treat just for just. … Continue reading 6 must try cupcakes at the Infield Cakery
Granted, Ponnus in Muyenga isn't most known for their chips and chicken. What comes to mind when they come up is Indian and Lebanese food. But sometimes you just want that most basic of Kampalan fast foods. The fact that it was on offer, 10k for chips and 2 pieces of chicken, was only one … Continue reading Chips and chicken at Ponnus
It's hard to go hungry on the streets of Kampala. If you have as little as 1,000shs, you will be able to get something to tide you over as you journey. If it is not a slice of fruit or pancakes (which are made using cassava flour) or gonja, or a rolex then it can … Continue reading Fried Cassava AKA Muwogo
Here are 2 lessons I learned from eating at Gimzsoca restaurant in Kansanga (next to KIU). Try and eat at restaurants ran by people who are native to the areas the food comes from. You know, Nigerian food, Nigerian owner, Indian food, Indian owner, Karamojong food, Karamojong owner. It really does lend an authentic vibe … Continue reading West African vibes: Okra, fish and semovita
Curious about what the neighbours have in their kitchen? We are. That's why we are taking a look into the kitchens of food lovers we know, online and offline. Every month, one of them will share 5 of their favourite ingredients and tell us why they love them so. This month we feature Patricia Mugisha. … Continue reading In Their Kitchen 1: Patricia Mugisha
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.