Street food with a confusing name sets a Guinness World Record
Do not confuse this dish with the famous Rolex watches.
When it comes to the name Rolex, you probably think of the famous Swiss watch brand. But in Uganda, the word has a different meaning, referring to a very popular and affordable street food.
In a video shared on Twitter, chefs are busy preparing the world’s largest Rolex. This giant dish was created by head chef Raymond Kahuma and his colleagues and has set a Guinness World Record.
Rolex is a very simple dish, combining omelette and vegetables wrapped in chapatti. You can easily find this dish on any street in East African countries, there is even a festival named after it. The Kampala Rolex Festival is held every year in Uganda.
Price for 1 Rolex part is as low as 0.28 USD (about 7,000 VND). It is commonly sold in urban areas in Uganda, recently being actively marketed by the authorities as a must-try when visiting the country.
According to the Guinness World Records, Raymond’s Rolex is 2.3m long, 0.6m thick, and weighs 204.6kg.
“Raymond and his team worked for many months to make everything go smoothly.”the Guinness Foundation added.
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