Culinary options on Mount Kilimanjaro, as expected, are limited. There are no restaurants along the routes and food comes courtesy of the cooks and porters who accompany you on your climb. Bring some chocolates and granola bars with you, as the food quality tends to deteriorate towards the end of the tour, when supplies run low. This is all part of the adventure, and as long as you drink your three litres of water each day, you should be just fine.
However, back in town, you will find that the Kilimanjaro region has plenty of cafés and restaurants serving international recipes, including Indian, American and Italian. If want to eat like the locals, try traditional Tanzanian dishes, such as nyama choma (grilled meat), ndizi kaanga (fried plantains) and pilau (flavoured rice with spices).