on hovering above 'nyanya' it gives grandmother as possible translation next to tomato. Is that really so?
yes, I learned 'nyanya' to mean both!
Chips and grandmother please!
So, can nyanya also refer to ketchup, or are you just asking for fries and a side of tomatoes?
I was wondering about the same thing :)
I wonder if it would be 'tomato sauce' instead... Mchuzi ya nyanya or something
But locals probably just say "kechup" since its of foreign origin. Like chipsi and bia
Why is it plural for nyanya? I thought it just meant tomato as in singular.
nyanya is both singular and plural. Like ndizi and many other nouns
the common name for chipsi in English is "chips" not French fries
Yes, it should accept chips as an option
Chipsi mayai. Samosa are better tho ;). Indian cuisine mmh yummy. Vegetarian food can be sook tasty.
Ninapenda beef samosa
Is that really a thing?
Do people actually order thay in stores/sooqs