Kenyans on Twitter are having a field day over a leaked menu of one of the country’s top private schools.
The leaked menu of St Andrew’s School, Turi was shared online and users couldn’t help making comparisons to what their schools offered.
The menu features waffles, chipolatas and grilled tomato for breakfast on different days.
For lunch and supper, students have the option of lasagna, meat balls, chicken drumsticks and turkey tagine with pita break among other mouth watering dishes.
Kenyans online joked how going through the menu felt like checking out a five-star hotel’s menu just to ‘kula kwa macho.’
St Andrew’s School, located in Molo, has in the past attracted attention due to its high fees and attendance by diplomats’ children.
The current fee structure on the school’s website ranges from (Year 1-8) Sh304, 000 to Sh730, 000 and for senior school (Year 9-11) ranges Sh504, 000 to Sh840, 000 per term.
This depends on the year of study and whether the student is a day scholar, weekly or full boarder.
Kenyans on Twitter literally dissected the school’s menu while hilariously comparing it to their schools.
That menu… Some of us were brought up like wild animals??♂️ pic.twitter.com/EBGJEy2JkW
— The Makodingo® (@makodingo) November 13, 2017
By the time I was halfway into reading the St Andrews Turi menu I felt like I’d visited two high end restaurants with that sole purpose of looking at the prices
— Kimanzi®™ (@Kimanzi_) November 13, 2017
Our menu was very simple. White porridge (morning), Githeri (lunch), ugali/cabbage (supper), “special” on Wed (1 PC of meat)
— Philosopher (@Philosopher254) November 13, 2017
There was a food item commonly known as MURRAM or “Murrow” in sheng. Nyama ilikua Saturdays only and limited to two pieces with plain rice
— ChiziMental (@chizimental) November 13, 2017
Bwana… we are still living like wild animals…
— Dan Aceda (@danaceda) November 13, 2017
So I saw the Vienna menu that was doing rounds on social media some time back and I was impressed. Now St. Andrews Turi also have theirs out and fada God, ??♂️??♂️ To think I did cassava with a ka piece of meat and water in school ??♂️? pic.twitter.com/ghZBjQ60L5
— joel khamadi (@Joel_Khamadi) November 13, 2017