Kilimanjaro Snack House: East African Street Food

We stopped by in mid-June to a small little shop called Kilimanjaro Snack House. Here, they serve an assortment of east-African goodies to tempt your tastebuds. Our original reason for stopping by was to try their samosas but we wound up ordering a bunch of items (some of which, aren’t on their regular menu).

We started out with their Mix Platter which came with Nylon Bhajias (basically a sliced potato pakora battered in chickpea flour and spices), 2 samosas, and 3 kebab balls and added an additional side order of samosas. Note that they actually got our samosa order wrong and they seemed a bit disorganized. With that being said, the samosas were quite good (they remind me of the ones from Safari Snack House in Burnaby). I actually prefer these smaller and crisper samosas that you find here compared with the large, chunky ones you usually find at east Indian places. The kebab balls have a nice crisp outer shell and goes well with chutney.

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We also ordered a round-shaped shepherd’s pie item (can’t remember the name of it) that’s encased in a fluffy mashed potato mixture. This is actually really good as it has a bit of crisp outer shell while being tender and savory on the inside. Another item that we ordered that wasn’t on the menu was a roundish pancake-like item made with chickpea flour and onions and then crisped up.

If you like fried snack foods (and who doesn’t?), you can find some tasty tidbits here.

789 Kingsway
Vancouver, BC

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Posted on July 1, 2020, in African, Restaurant Review and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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