No doubt this city has become a lot more cosmopolitan in recent years and is catching up with some of the more fancied regional capitals as far as restaurants and activities are concerned.
Some 30 restaurants in the city of Kampala will participate in staging Uganda’s first ever “Kampala Restaurant Week” which in fact will run for 12 days, giving connoisseurs the opportunity to sample food of various ethnic backgrounds and denominations.
The set menus will offer two options it was learned from organizers Pearl Guide – a casual quick selection and a signature option. Best of all, no advance bookings are mandatory, although it is recommended just to be sure to get a table at the preferred time.
Some of Kampala’s more fancied restaurants have signed up for the culinary festival, like the Mediterraneo, The Lawns, Café Pap, Il Patio Italian Restaurant, Yujo Japanese, Tamarai, The Bistro, and the Makindye Country Club among others.
Visitors to Uganda in early June may well make a note in their diary and include lots of eating out in their itinerary to sample the range of cuisines now available in Kampala.