Oluwombo or Luwombo is a traditional Ugandan stew dish that is made from beef, mushrooms, chicken or fish steamed in banana leaves. It is both a royal and a fairly common dish cooked especially during the holidays.The dish consists of beef or chicken with vegetables like potatoes and carrots, wrapped in banana leaves and steamed to perfection with just the right amount of salt, oil and spices. It is considered special for many reasons including the way it is presented; wrapped in leaves like a gift. In some variations, smoked fish is added to the beef or chicken.


A traditional and heavy breakfast dish that can be eaten during the day, katogo consists of fried plantains with soup and beef, beans, or animal (cow, goat, chicken) offal spiced with vegetables. This meal is popular with Ugandans and often served as early as nine in the morning.

Our buffet menu runs through the week and it changes every day, you get to enjoy different foods whenever you show up for lunch and leave your heart behind

Spice-rubbed chicken is dipped in egg wash, and one side of each cut-up thigh or wing vents in the open air, as opposed to a fully submerged deep-fry.