Kampala is a city of contrasts with the most modern places to go and many which are no different than in Ugandan villages. This applies to fast food as well. The city has grown rapidly and now boasts a population of over 3 million.
The little wooden kiosks such as those above are quite common in the suburbs. The lady on the right is kneading dough for chapatis. The chapatis are then fried on a hot plate.
On the left there is a sign saying "rolex" which is shorthand for "rolled eggs". Basically eggs are beaten with some vegetables and fried a bit like an omelette and then rolled up in a chapati.
It is quite noticeable that the big US fast food chains such as Burger King, Kentucky Fried Chicken and McDonalds were not visible in Uganda. The market is still in the hands of local busineses.
One such business is Chicken Tonight which seemed to have a number of outlets. I never went in but the takeaway packages were reminiscent of KFC. Come to think of it one business in the district of Kasanga advertised itself as "KFC" but it was "Kasanga Fried Chicken".
In town I saw a number of places selling burgers, fried chicken and samosas. One outside the Shoprite supermarket was run by Asians. Many places sell samosas with beef and vegetable being the most popular. The beef samosas seemed to be purely of spiced minced beef, the vegetable ones seemed less spicey than those I have bought in the UK.
However I never worked out what "Soya Fast Food" was. The red was taken from the Coca-Cola ad on the side of the building. However the building was shut when I took the photo.