The East African Meat Carnival Proved to be the ultimate weekend Plot for Kampala outdoor fans who were treated to a full mouth-watering meat fiesta all afternoon at the Gardens in Najjera with the fast-growing series of food events sponsored by Tusker Lite which have become a irresistible for meat lovers.
With the afternoon getting chilly after a slight drizzle, food enthusiasts still traded their regular Saturday afternoon programmes for deliciously cooked meat of all seasons accompanied with free-flowing beer and lively Utake music all day long going into the night.
The carnival party animals reveled to the sounds of East African music and fun Ugandan beats that left many dancing in tune as others lounged about for the ultimate weekend plan laid out on the outdoor green setting while others simply engaged in board games to spice up the fun.
Not to miss out was the Tusker Lite neon board for revelers to artistically autograph with glowing spray paints as they expressed their creative instincts.
And the man at the centre stage was none other than senior chef, Mark Kaheru who owned the kitchen showing his specialty in scrumptious meals while serving his special guests a deliciously cooked all meat menu. Revelers were spotted savoring their favourite ‘meaty’ delicacies cooked in many different mouth-watering styles and fashions, which left many licking their fingers in satisfaction and others begging for more.
“Tusker Lite remains the ideal beverage to pair with your meal especially during these fun out-door occasions. We shall continue to bring you more of these ‘meaty’ treats all year round,” said Cathy Twesigye, UBL Brand Manager, Premium Beers.
The carnival is fast becoming the plot to look out for as individuals turn up in droves with others showing up as family while others simply prefer to do it with peers.Check the highlights captured through the lenses;