The meat dealers spring after every passing vehicle with the speed of Usain Bolt at his best
Dare not miss a health break if leaving or going to Kampala City via Mityana.
There are shops to serve you cookies, soft drinks, spirits and lots of other things. Ask and the lads and ladies in the hive of activity will direct you where to go for a short or long call.
"It will leave you sh200 poorer," says Mama Brown waving a sizzling chicken thigh.
"Eno nkonko nganda (this is a local breed of chicken.) You will need two toothpicks after!" The price tag ranges between sh3000-4000.
"It goes well with gonja (roast plantain,)" she adds. "But some people wash it down with Uganda Waragi or beer - in the festive season."
While passing Mityana, even the deaf or blind, cannot miss the meat. The dealers spring after every passing vehicle with the speed of Usain Bolt at his best. Before passengers make up their minds, the pieces are shoved under their noses.
"Take it ssebo," jokes one dealer, "you will pay when coming back from the village after Christmas!"