Find out what Middle Eastern restaurants to try in Kampala. Near the banks of Lake Victoria, Kampala, the capital of Uganda, is a lively city with a long history. Before the British, the city was the capital of the Buganda Kingdom, and remains so to this day. The city sits on several hills, each housing an important government or religious building. Kasubi Hill is the home of the Kasubi Tombs, a sacred burial ground of Buganda Kings. The Uganda Museum sits atop Kololo Hill, and features a hands-on collection of traditional musical instruments.
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Middle eastern and Persian restaurant
Pardis is our favourite local restaurant and our 'default' option when we just want to be sure of a good meal. They serve Lebanese dishes such as shawarma plates, as well as excellent steaks. The garden is a pleasant place to be, although there is often a large screen showing football matches (I can cope). Service is always good although not always particularly speedy. There are comfortable seats around a firepit as well as more formal restaurant tables. Many dishes are big enough to share between two unless both of you are particularly hungry. House wines are pretty good and prices are keen.
4 based on 50 reviews
Excellent restaurant right opposite the entrance of Acacia mall. Having lived in the Middle East for the past 20 years, I can vouch for the authenticity of their Shawarma, Manakish, Humus, Saj bread and Garlic Cream. A must visit- even though they really don't have the entire vast range of Lebanese food, but one can satisfy the craving for Lebanese food with what they have. Quite reasonably priced.
The only Turkish restaurant in Kampala specializing in both Turkish and Middle eastern cuisine. Set in a garden of large trees, you can enjoy our mezes, grilled kebabs and flatbreads all freshly prepared on the premises. Besides our full menu, we provide
A place we go back to almost 2-3 times a month. Fabulous Turkish Food !!! And the complimentary tea just keeps coming.Serves a brilliant Turkish Breakfast-Brunch Buffet on Sundays. On sundays when they do not have the buffet just order the Turkish Breakfast. One Breakfast spread is enough for 2-3 people.
If you want wonderful Lebanese food in a great atmosphere, definitely come here! They have expanded their menu in recent months, and their food is absolutely delicious. You can't really go wrong with anything that you order! I always look forward to dining here.
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