Halloween nights are nights of spooky adventure that must be experienced at least once in a lifetime. Halloween presents a once in a year opportunity to celebrate acceptable craziness and fun; an experimentation of a not ordinary living.
This year, Halloween will be celebrated on 31st October globally and in Uganda, various entertainment and hospitality centres have planned to give their customers an electrifying and scary experience.
La Cabana Restaurant located at Speke Apartments Wampewo is celebrating Halloween day with two meaty packages and spooktacular cocktails.
Iqramullah Liagath Ali, the Food and Beverage Manager at La Cabana Restaurant revealed that on that day, the restaurant will serve a Vampire Meat Platter, a wooden platter full of barbeque meats served with either French fries or potato wedges at Shs49, 000
Also, on the Halloween menu is The Monster Kuku, a barbequed whole roasted chicken served with either French fries or potato wedges at Shs49, 000. Also available is cocktail specials Singapore Ling or Blue Lagoon at Shs21, 000.
The following Sunday is the weekly Sunday Roast featuring David Olara, an Afro-jazz Saxophonist. Iqramullah revealed that they have cut the prices for the Sunday Roast to afford customers relish the most delicious kuku & sangrias.
“For Shs99,000, get a whole roasted kuku plus a pitcher of sangria & for Shs59,000, get a half-roasted kuku plus a glass of sangria each served with salad, chips & mashed potato,” Liagath said.
During the week, make your lunch plans with the best lunchtime special - get a free glass of sangria with every main course meal ordered every Monday to Thursday.
At La Cabana Restaurant, all Standard Operating Procedures are observed to prevent their guest from transmitting and contracting the coronavirus.
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