Check Out St Andrew’s Turi School Menu That Will Make You Feel So Poor

(Last Updated On: November 14, 2017)

St Andrew’s Turi is one of the most prestigious and expensive schools in Kenya. Its school fees ranges from Ksh304,000 to Ksh730,000 per term so in order to take your kid here, you need to have a really fat pocket.

If you pay such a high amount, it is expected that you will get services equivalent to a 5 star hotel. Some months back, we shared some photos of what it looks like inside the juniors’ dormitories.

Today we reveal to you what their 2016 menu looks like.

Monday: For breakfast, they wake up to fried eggs, grilled tomato, cereals, fresh juice, baked beans and toast. Let’s be honest, most of us pretty much have this but this is when you have been working a few years. Lunch brings with it the joy of roast chicken with lemon n’ ginger maxim potato, veggie moussaka and chocolate mousse. I know, Mondays are oh so boring. For dinner, Beef lasagna n’ gingerbread, matoke, grilled veggie and of course fruits.

Tuesday: Waffles n’ syrup, cereals, baked beans, berry yoghurt, fresh fruits and toast. Lunch is fish and chips, paneer kebabs, pineapple crumble with vanilla custard sauce. For supper, the kids have Chinese style pork fillet served with pasta, leek n’ potato pie and fruit salad.

Wednesday: Bacon, grilled tomato, cereals, fresh fruits, baked beans and toast. For lunch; braised beef served with rice eggplant n’ cheese frittata and fruit kebabs. Supper is turkey tagine served with pita bread, black bean casserole and fruits.

Thursday: Chipolatas, grilled tomato, cereals, fresh fruits, baked beans and toast. Lunch; chicken drumsticks served with lyonnaise potato, creamy spinach bake and ice cream. Supper: Beef bourguignon served with chapatti, mushroom stroganoff and fruits.

Friday: Pancakes n’ syrup, cereals, fresh fruits, baked beans and toast. Lunch: Jacket potatoes with various fillings pavlova. Supper: Grilled chicken with fried rice, root vegetable, casserole and fruits.

Saturday: French toast, Cereals, Baked beans, Fresh juice and Toast. Lunch: Meat balls n’ spaghetti with cheese, Bean ragout and Jelly. Dinner: Baked fish with turmeric, fried rice, Dhal masala and fruits.

Sunday: Cereals, fresh juice, toast, baked beans and tea /coffee. Brunch/Brunch. Supper: Burgers n’ chips, veggie pizza’s with coleslaw salad and fruits.

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