Although I am not a big fan of the Kudu sandwiches, (they are warm, but a bit soggy for me), I feel that their lunch and dinner plate is one of the best, especially if you want to eat healthy.
The meat (chicken or beef) is grilled, and topped with a sprinkling of cheese, green onions, tomatoes and some spices. It is served with salad and a bun (and a small serving of shredded, deep-fried potatoes). I have often eaten this meal, finding it to be satisfying but not fattening! And easy on the pocket too!
Kudu also offers a kid’s meal includes a generous helping of fried chicken nuggets, a bun, a toy, french fries, and sometimes, they will substitute a juice for the drink.
Their breakfast options are ok, and not too expensive. They offer a variation of eggs and sausages, with toast and jams and butter, as well as your choice of tea or coffee with a fresh orange juice (all the way from Canada!).
So if you are looking for an alternative to a burger and fries, I highly recommend the lunch/dinner plate for 20SR at Kudu.Read more