UGANDAN FOOD INSPIRATION
Talking of food, in Uganda, you'll find an array of delicious and vibrant dishes, featuring a melting pot of influences from its homeland, France, the Netherlands, India, and Malaysia.
The national dish of Uganda is Matoke which consists of plantain bananas native to southwest Uganda. Often steamed in plantain leaves and served with meat (traditionally beef stew), spices, onions, garlic, chopped tomatoes, beans and peanut sauce, you’ll spot interesting variations of this across Uganda.
Another option is Rolex – a popular street food snack considered one of the cheapest and tastiest meals in Uganda. An omelette is wrapped in a chapati, and filled with items such as carrot, bell pepper, onions, tomato and cabbage, it’s perfect for a quick bite on the go during your time at leisure.