The havoc caused by COVID-19 pandemic has been duly jotted in modern-day history books and will live on forever. And as the world emerges from the pandemic wrecks, humanity is being cautious.
As Ugandans come out of the two months-long lockdown, businesses and services providers in the hospitality sector are counting their loses and emerging stronger to serve their customers.
Located at Speke Apartments Wampewo Avenue, La Cabana Restaurant, which is part of the Speke Group of Hotels, announced that it has opened its doors and ready to serve guests with their rich Brazilian, Chinese, Indian and continental cuisines.
“We have taken measures to ensure the safety of both our guests and staff. We can’t wait to see you again at La Cabana and looking forward to hosting you again soon,” Dr Sudhir Ruparelia, the proprietor of La Cabana Restaurant said.
“We are ready to make you happy with the best items from our menu,” he added.
La Cabana Restaurant said that for customers to access the restaurant must wear mandatory masks, go through temperature checks, use sanitizers and observe social distancing. The restaurant premises undergo a 24-hour disinfection process.
La Cabana, multi-cuisine bar and restaurant at Speke Apartment last year won itself the prestigious Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor in recognition of their good services rendered to and recommended by customers.
La Cabana Restaurant is Kampala’s premium and ritzy churrasco grill restaurant in Uganda. It offers all sorts of meat accompanied by well-prepared salads and an assortment of drinks in an environment that oozes class.
While it is largely and famously known for its exotic way of preparing meat, it also caters for vegetarians. La Cabana also has a great bar where the perfect blend of cocktails is the barman’s speciality.
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