Eating is never a luxury but a necessity; nonetheless a little bit of adventure does no harm especially if you can afford the cost of fine things in life. Each meal of the day plays an important role in setting the mood for the day.
Expert nutritionists however say that breakfast and lunch are the most important meals of the day. Therefore missing breakfast or lunch is an unhealthy move. Endeavor to eat a proportionate lunch if you miss breakfast due to unavoidable factors.
For a busy person, finding a fine place to catch a well fixed lunch in Kampala can be troublesome but La Cabana Restaurant located at Speke Apartments on Wampewo Avenue is providing a perfect solution.
La Cabana Restaurant has specifically worked their recipes and come up with a lunch menu to address this precise lunch demand with what they have called La Cabana's Delicious Lunch, a three course meal – soup, main course and dessert.
The three course mean is served with soup of the day, main course of your choice (continental or Indian), desserts of assorted fruit cuts and a soft drink of your choice at Shs45, 000 served daily from 11:30am to 3pm.
The continental menu includes grilled chicken (breast of whole leg), grilled fish fillet or zanzibari fish curry, grilled pepper steak or mushroom steak, with a choice of salads, rice or potatoes.
The Indian menu consists of butter chicken or chicken tikka, goan fish curry or fish masala, vegetables, shahu korma or handi masala served with mini naan and rice. You also have an option of penne arrabbiata or alfredo (pasta served with garlc bread and butter.
La Cabana Restaurant at Speke Apartments, Wampeweo Avenue, is Kampala’s premium and ritzy churrasco grill restaurant serving Brazilian, Continental and Indian cuisines.
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