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|Nigerian Restaurants In London by GRAgirl: 2:07pm On Apr 19, 2007|
Nigerian Restaurants in London
Guys, lets see if we can get together a constructive list of Nigerian Restuarnts/take away joints in London,
Let me start.
Presidential Suya Spot- Old Kent Road
- large portions
- good choice of soups
- closest suya I have had to the home stuff but quite expensive
- only downside is that I've had food poisinging twice from here
D'Den -Kilburn High Street
- Most go there to hang out with friends rather than for the food but
- had the fish pepper soup from there which was wonderful
- small but nice
Oasis- Cricklewood Broadway
- Also do food from Ghana
4-t-4 - 44 Camberwell Grove
- very nice staff
- clean place
- I find their soups quite oily and portions small
- good for fast/cheap food
CANNAN- Walworth Road
- First time last night
- £10 for Edking Kinkong with pounded yam
- new place so fresh and clean
- they are from Calabar so specialise in their foods
Obalande Suya Spot - Peckham High Road
- I think their attempt at suya is really awful
- great Moi moi though
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by lalaboi(m): 2:17pm On Apr 19, 2007|
na wa oh! who u dey do survey 4? lol
u dn waka gan niyen o!
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by soulpatrol(f): 9:50pm On Apr 21, 2007|
Presidential suya is da bomb for sure. and it really is close in flavor to the ones back home. and yeah, pretty expensive too, but very tasty. yumm!!
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by nnenneigbo(f): 11:25pm On Apr 21, 2007|
what about mama calabar in wembley
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by GRAgirl: 1:21pm On Apr 24, 2007|
I've never been to Mama Calabar, can you write us a quick review?
Who has been to 805?
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by sisimose(f): 10:32pm On Apr 24, 2007|
i have only been to mama calabar and i luv their food., i think i will try the ones GRAgirl posted.
GRA ty great stuff, i need some fooooddddd
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by nnenneigbo(f): 10:32pm On Apr 24, 2007|
it used to be in hendon, opposite the hendon station(not right opposite and they moved)
well the have really lovely nigerian meals, like all nigerian meal in this country its not very cheap, takes absolute ages to cook. think they start going to buy the ingredients and stuff after u order, phone them first and order if in a hurry. give them at least 40mins, but i tell u when u get the food, u go lick mouth, finger and everything.
if there's any left, they pack it for u to take home( they've been known to top it up for u for free. good service and atmosphere
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by kellorah: 12:19pm On Apr 25, 2007|
i shall be visiting soon
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by soulpatrol(f): 4:21am On Apr 26, 2007|
hey GRAgirl, is 805 on old kent road?
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by anikibaby: 11:44am On May 10, 2007|
Dalston Kingsland Road
Wood Green Shopping centre
Homerton High Street
Tottenham High Road
A few more i know of but forgotton the name sorry
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by Crownvilla(m): 1:55am On Aug 16, 2007|
Aso Rock, Bradbury St, Dalston, London E8.
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by kellorah: 2:27pm On Aug 18, 2007|
Mama Cass-Burnt Oak
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by naijahotsp: 2:50am On Aug 19, 2007|
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|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by DisGuy: 3:12am On Aug 19, 2007|
yup heard theyve opened a new branch somewhere else. they serve Eja monica [fish with plantain-deliciouso!]
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by Crownvilla(m): 7:39pm On Oct 08, 2007|
Lagos Island, Lea Bridge Rd.
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by buffead(f): 10:59pm On Nov 27, 2007|
@crownvilla how do u get to aso rock from islington i really need to know thnx
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by Crownvilla(m): 10:04pm On Nov 29, 2007|
Are you taking public transport?
If so, get BUS 38 to Dalston, get off at the last stop on Balls Pond Rd, turn left into Kingsland High Rd. Walk past Kingsland train station, the next turning on the left is Bradbury St.
I hope you enjoy your meal.
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by buffead(f): 11:14pm On Nov 29, 2007|
arrgh dat looks like a long journey lol but yeh am taking da public transport thnxxxxx
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by bamdil(m): 2:09pm On Jan 10, 2008|
There is one Naija restaurant around Deptford, I've 4gotten the name.
But i prefer the one at Old kent road.
My worse problem is i dont wanna know their name, the food na my concern.
If one be Mama or baba Calabar no be my concern, is the food sweet? Na the thing i wan knowbe dat.
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by komekn(m): 11:57pm On Jan 17, 2008|
Theres a place in Peckam Rye, where the Banga soup na Die ! aptly called Delta Tavern, its the real deal, authentic without substitute.
Top it all the company is real good, its almost the Warri and Sapele forum if you like that sort of thing, with humour for free.
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by Sharn06: 9:09pm On Jan 31, 2008|
They'v actually moved now due to re-construction and all
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by delbizzie1(m): 8:51pm On Feb 01, 2008|
That place in old kent rd, their suya is expensive and its not even fresh.
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by LondonCool(m): 11:52pm On Aug 12, 2008|
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by TOYOSI20(f): 3:34am On Aug 13, 2008|
Love the suya spots. . . .
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by fellybabe(f): 7:02am On Aug 16, 2008|
@LONDONCOOL thanks for the location.
my husband has been in london for almost ayear now and everyday he calls, it's always one complain or the other on food. he said, he doersn't know where they sell nigerian food, i mean restuarants.
but do u know any restuarant around new cross?
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by LondonCool(m): 2:51pm On Aug 16, 2008|
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by lucabrasi(m): 2:18pm On Aug 18, 2008|
island buka in deptford high street
very nice food all round but the porridge and efo riro is their speciality, they are the best i have had so far in the south east
woolwich opposite woolwich arsenal buildings
their food is ok but not all that,if you like the nigerian ewa agoyin with the authentic stew then u have to try tastey's is the closest to the real thing i v had,they serve with fish
aristocrat in camberwell
only go there for the sunday buffet which is really nice and they diced fried meat in stew which is really awesome,the ambience is really cool as well,not been their in ages tho
towards end of kilburn rd,after edgeware(not very sure)opposite the hotel
only had white rice and efo riro which was really good,the atmosphere s nice as well and service top notch
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by LondonCool(m): 3:24pm On Aug 18, 2008|
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by lucabrasi(m): 8:04pm On Aug 20, 2008|
LondonCool:r u kiddingso where r they now, i was planning to visit the restaurant this sunday when im in london for that buffet especially the fried rice and diced meat in sauce
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by manmustwac(m): 7:09pm On Sep 10, 2008|
LondonCool:LondonCool i live in new cross. The Nigerian Restaurant in Lewisham way is called 2001 its at 201 Lewisham way bu lucas road, you can't miss it coz pizza hut is right next door to it. Theres another one at 136 New Cross Road called De Lords Kitchen u can't miss it coz theres a bus stop right in front of the place. And theres one in Bavaria road off clifton rise hill, its on your left when walking down clifton rise. I don't know the name but u can't miss it, they specailise in making food for partys weddings etc
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by mohawkchic(f): 10:14pm On Sep 11, 2008|
805 Old Kent Road.
~Went to 805 last Sunday . . . I'll definately recommend 805's Monica grilled fish w/ plantains/fried yam served with salad!!Yum Yum . . mouth watering delicious!!
~The sauce has got a ting to it . . lurved it!! Will defo be going back there Just for the fish!! Plus side is on my day of visit,i observed it's family friendly as well so i'll prolly have my family w/ me when i visit again
|Re: Nigerian Restaurants In London by chika98: 9:45pm On Sep 14, 2008|
Yup that's why i love 805! That fish is so good. The sauce is good as well. I like getting mine with fried yam.
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