Kampala Weekends just got better with Kabira’s Mongolian Fridays

Kampala: Kabira Country Club, Kampala’s leading boutique hotel has unveiled the classy Mongolian Fridays in a bid to spice up the weekend parties at just affordable offers in town.

Kabira country club announced through its socials that the popular Mongolian Fridays are now back and reloaded to quash stress off from its loyal clients during weekends.

According to Kabira, the offer is held every Friday of the week from 6 pm onwards at UGX 50000 for adults and UGX 30000 for kids amidst tight observance of COVID-19 Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).

The Mongolian grill owing to China and Russia where the Mongolia nation is based in the far East features a special type of stir-fried cooking that can easily be replicated in a domestic kitchen and for those who are adventurous just book a date with Kabira country club every Friday, and you’ll get sorted.

An Overview of Kabira’s Mongolian Fridays

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Place: Kabira Country Club, Bukoto – Kampala
Smoke-free zone?: Allowed on the veranda
Service: Professional
Menu: A plethora of vegetables such as broccoli, cilantro, spring onions, cauliflower, courgette, button mushrooms, onions, chilies, tomatoes, garlic, ginger, etc. Slivers of tender and succulent beef filet, boneless goat meat, chicken, pork fillet, breast of chicken, and tilapia. The vegetables are then stir fried in a choice of Oyster sauce, mushroom sauce, olive oil and vinegar.
The crowd: Not for vegans or vegetarians definitely best suited for those who are carnivorous and are enticed by the mixture of meats and fish.
The bar: Wine, beer, soda, etc.
Sound level: The band plays endlessly and until around 10pm so this is hardly the place where you will whisper sweet nothings to your main squeeze.
Parking: Ample and extremely safe.
Happening: Only on Fridays (6 pm onwards)

The beauty about Kabira Country Club?

Just like its name “Kabira” literary meaning “Little Forest”, the hotel is surrounded by tropical species of flora and birds that are heard throwing trumpet lyrics to clients who normally drink in a well-distanced manner in a bid to curb the transmission of the novel coronavirus.

The hotel has a pub that overlooks the swimming pool and the courtyard extending from the restaurant, bar and coffee shop, giving a relaxing outdoor informal dining experience.

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Kabira Country Club serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner with contemporary delicious dining and a mouth-watering array of food from around the world. If fine dining is something you are seeking with mood lighting and music, it’s on the menu at Kabira Country Club.

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You can contact Kabira on Tel +256 312 227 222 /+256 752 711 009 to make reservations for your special Mongolian Friday dinner


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