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Starters & Sides
Rice, tomatoes and tomato paste, onions, and cooking oil.
Yellow rice, mixed- vegetables, shrimp, and peppers.
Egusi soup typically features meat (such as beef, smoked poultry, goat, cow skin, and offal) and seafood (smoked dried fish or stockfish), as well as awara (Nigerian tofu), mushrooms, and greens$15.0015.00 USD
Sliced water leaves in one bowl, sliced ugu leaves, pounded, crayfish, and pepper.$15.0015.00 USD
Made with okra vegetables cooked in a delicious mixture of palm oil, and African spices and simmered to perfection! This loaded okro soup is a staple in West Africa, including Nigeria, Ghana, and Cameroon. (Soup only)
Nsala soup is made with small pieces of yam with utazi leaves.
Bitter leaf soup or ofe onugbu is another popular Nigerian soup made with bitter leaves and cocoyam paste. (Soup only)$15.0015.00 USD
Palm oil, blended red bell peppers, scotch bonnets, red root spinach, grounded melon seeds and assorted meat.$15.0015.00 USD
Moin-moin or moimoi is a steamed or boiled bean pudding made from a mixture of washed and peeled black-eyed beans, often combined with onions and fresh ground red peppers. Its a protein-rich food that is a staple in Nigeria. This dish originated from the Yoruba tribe. Main ingredients: Black-eyed beans or honey beans, onions, fresh ground peppers,oil
The name is derived from the terms 'ewa', meaning beans in Yoruba, and 'Agoyin', which is a general term used by Nigerians to refer to Beninese and Togolese people. Oloyin beans are preferred, although you can use white black-eyed peas as well.
It is made by combining yam flour and water, and cooking until you have a thick, smooth, dough-like consistency. When cooked, amala turns a dark brown colour. The taste is very earthy.$5.005.00 USD
Garri, pronounced gah-ree,, is made from granulated cassava, a root vegetable that's poisonous unless you peel and cook it first. Commonly found in West Africa, there are two types of garri: yellow and white. The flavor depends on how long it's been fermented and the presence of palm oil$5.005.00 USD
Chin chin nigerian Nigerian chin chin is a very popular snack in Nigeria, it's made from basic combination of flour, milk and sugar.
Jollof is smoky and spicy, with a hint of sweetness from the tomatoes. Thanks to the herbs and seasonings, it really does have multiple layers of flavor. The exact ingredients vary: Some people use seasoning cubes like Maggi or Knorr, while others omit bell peppers and use only tomatoes.
Made with long yellow rice, chopped peppers, onions, garlic, corn, carrots, string beans, butter, and shrimp. WIth a side of meat and sweet plantains
Stockfish (Panla, Okporoko) is white fish dried by cold air and wind. With side of rice and plantains.
Made with Banga and side of rice and plantain. Banga (Ofe Akwu) is made from palm fruits Concentrate which is a combination of palm oil and palm fruit cream.$19.0019.00 USD
Gizdodo is the combination of plantains and Gizzards (chicken Gizzards) and sweet plantains,and chopped peppers mixed in Pepper Sauce
Ofada stew, also known as ayamase stew or designer stew, is a delectable Nigerian stew made with palm oil, iru, green, and red bell peppers.$19.0019.00 USD
Ewa Agoyin is made of boiled beans and pepper sauce. And plantain$19.0019.00 USD
Made with long white rice, ,butter, and a side of meat and sweet plantains$19.0019.00 USD
Made with Oloyin beans, and a side of meat and sweet plantains
Suya is Nigerian street food at its finest: Skewers of spiced, nutty, smoky, charred beef, served with raw onions, tomatoes, cilantro, lettuce, and freshly squeezed lime juice.
Made with Goat meat which is pit-smoked or smoked on a barbecue grill, it's then stirred in a chopped or roughly blended spicy pepper.
Soup As Main Dish
Soup w/ your choice of meat, and pounded yam (fufu)
Egusi soup typically features meat (such as beef, smoked poultry, goat, cow skin, and offal) and seafood (smoked dried fish or stockfish), as well as awara (Nigerian tofu), mushrooms, and greens$19.0019.00 USD
Okra soup (African okro soup) is made with okra vegetables cooked in a delicious mixture of palm oil, shrimps, goat meat, fish, and African spices and simmered to perfection! This loaded okro soup is a staple in West Africa, including Nigeria, Ghana, and Cameroon.$19.0019.00 USD
Efo is a variation of efo riro. It usually includes palm oil, blended red bell peppers, scotch bonnets, red root spinach, grounded melon seeds and assorted meat. Efo has a green and golden-yellow appearance$19.0019.00 USD
sliced water leaves in one bowl, sliced ugu leaves, meat (goat meat and cow liver), pounded crayfish, and pepper.$19.0019.00 USD
he ingredients used to prepare Afang soup include beef, fish, palm oil, crayfish, pepper, Shaki (cow tripe), waterleaf, okazi leaf, onion, salt and some other seasonings.$19.0019.00 USD
Ogbono soup, is a Nigerian dish made with ground dry ogbono seeds. Ogbono seeds are originated and were first grown in Southern Nigeria with considerable local variation$19.0019.00 USD
bitter leaf, is a shrub that grows up to 3 meters high in the African tropics and other parts of Africa, particularly, Nigeria, Cameroon and Zimbabawe. It is reputed to have several health benefits.$19.0019.00 USD