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The best of Ugandan steakhouses takes you to The Lawns Restaurant

The best of Ugandan steakhouses takes you to The Lawns Restaurant
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The power of steak cannot be underscored enough in the African cultural setting. The presence of meat prepared in different ways is a strong statement in any given celebration.

The presence of state-of-the-art steakhouses in Uganda’s capital Kampala is a testament that steak is a delicacy loved by many. Some of these steakhouses have some of the best architectural designs and The Lawns Restaurant is one of the giants in this sector.

Sitting at Lower Kololo IN the heart of Kampala, The Lawns exudes a deep British undertone starting from its architectural feel and service making it unique in so many ways. Unlike other steakhouses with only ample space to host visitors as they dine, The Lawns extends its glamour to views of a beautifully landscaped golf course sandwiched in the urban landscape of Kampala.

This establishment is surrounded by a lush green tropical garden that’s elevated by a variety of tantalizing African meat dishes including beef, mutton, chicken among others. Notably, if you have a fetish for game meat, you should consider dining at The Lawns.

On matters steak, the BBQ Lounge and Garden are the real deal. Here, you enjoy African grilled steak locally referred to as “nyama choma”. The ‘Serengeti Platter’ is one of the most sought-after steaks at The Lawns. It is only right to mark it as the signature meat here!

The steak is juicy, tender and flavourful, a secret that has seen The Lawns continually prepare it with a fusion of local ingredients. It also has a British-themed bar and offers delicious dishes in spite of being a leading steakhouse in Kampala.

Prices range from $6 to $26, making it one of the most affordable high-end steakhouse joints in the city.


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Pharis Kinyua is the editor of See Africa Today. With over seven years of experience in digital media, he has a soft spot for African tours and travel. His drive is to tell the rest of the world what Africa offers, the best accommodation facilities, national parks, culture, shopping malls and best airline deals to travel to Africa

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