By Website writer
Comfort food now has a new address. Capital Kitchen, a swanky all-day dining experience opens its doors in Kampala.
With an indulgent range of food whipped up in authentic recipes, the Capital Kitchen is one that will excite all foodies with a world class food experience.
After the restaurant recently posted a sweet love letter for Kampala on their social media, they have come up to explain what to expect when it opens its doors on Friday.
“Hi Kampala….!!! We have a surprise for you. We are coming up with a massive world food pavilion in Kampala Central where you can explore the finest grills of the world under one roof,” they wrote.
In the latest development, where they signed singer Fik Fameica as one of their ambassadors, Ashish Sharma, the CEO Capital Kitchen paints a vivid picture in an interview with Kampala Sun.
“We have created a food studio with over 100 dishes on a line format. There is a 60 feet linear display for all the cuisines, which will help our customers, make informed choices on what they want to eat,” Sharma explains.
He explains that for the start, they have Arabic, Mediterranean, Continental, Indian, Brazilian, French, Oriental and local cuisines all of which can be enjoyed on the cheap.
“ Our customers will be able to explore food styles like Sushi, Pizza, Biryani, , teparynika, tandoor , luwombo, sharwama, stir fried, curries, authentic French patisserie, calorie based meals displayed on interactive live buffet under one price of sh sh40,000 all served under five minutes. ” he reveals.
He however explains that there will also be section based meals (a seven course platter), which will be sold at sh20, 000. For those who love beer alongside your food, here is the trick. Just pay sh55, 000 and eat and drink beers of your choice, until you drop.
With a casual dining atmosphere, Sharma reveals that Capital Kitchen can handle up to 1,000 people a session as they have parking slots for up to 100 cars.
Ashish Sharma, a true artist in the Kitchen and a self-motivated pioneer who has hones his skills all over the world a He has employed exceptionally skilled chefs from Morocco, France, Middle East, Asia, Kenya, Ghana, Zanzibar and Uganda.
“Even though our food is of very high standards, we shall stick to our low price for at least one calendar year,” he revealed ahead of the grand opening on Friday, July 20th.