Okay. After doing a few writings on some of the 15 African Caterers to check out in London and even a detailed piece on the Best 20 Ghanaian Restaurants and Food Pop-ups in London; it was inevitable that a Nigerian Restaurants in London Guide had to follow. Now; this isn’t an exhaustive list as there are loads of established and newly opened up-and-running Nigerian restaurants and food pop-ups in London; these are a handful (some you may have heard of or know very well and others not so much) yet well reviewed London based Nigerian food joints.
As well as restaurants; there is also a growing Supper Club scene; Groundnut Supper Club in New Cross, Jason’s Little Kitchen in West London and Lemlem’s Eritrean Kitchen are some to name a few but here I’m focussing exclusively on Nigerian inspired and owned London based food enterprises. By the Agege Bread London may not be a Restaurant but this Nigerian inspired Patisserie and Bakery has been running since 2005 in Ireland and the UK. Certainly deserve a shout-out.
*** SPECIAL FEATURE: BAILEYS’ BBQ GRILL ***
Insta: /baileysgrill29 | Email: email@example.com | Phone: 07951873296
Certainly one of the best weekend only Nigerian Barbecue Grill specialists out there. Yes – Nigerian BBQ Grill. Onje such as: Asun, Suya, Fish, Corn and more. These guys are professionals in providing personalised on-site BBQ services at events & Parties with wide range of Nigerian BBQ dishes that suits your event. They cater to House Parties, Carnivals, Family Fun Days, Church events and more. For more info call Biola on: 07951873296
Wow. The Nigerian Tapas Lounge. What a Fresh and Original Idea. Nigerian Food with a Spanish ‘style’ influence. The duo (brother and sister) launched the Nigerian tapas lounge (the first of its kind) in 2015 and have been popping up across London offering an intimate dining experience with their twist on traditional Nigerian recipes.
2) K’S CUISINE
Based in Goodmayes; this Restaurant, Food Blog, Supper Club and Healthy African Eating guide is headed by the Good Lady named Kemi. A first class cook that delivers first class food. A spacious restaurant is complimented by a bespoke home ordering and delivery service. Thoroughly deserving of a Top 5 spot!
Restaurant. Takeaway and VIP Lounge ‘Presidential Suya’ is visible on the long Old Kent Road/New Kent Road area in Elephant and Castle, South East London. A couple of mixed reviews here and there but overall a great place to dine. A rather spacious restaurant disguised (sort of) across three unit. Aside from the Take Away Section, the second is the Restaurant and the third is the Bar and lounge. These guys have been running for almost twenty years. A reliable and efficient service. You won’t be disappointed.
I’ve given these guys a mention already in a previous blog post; but twice said means twice re-inforced that TK’s Kitchen is a must see and must eat supper club. Checkout their eventbrite page and stay impressed with …
*** SPECIAL FEATURE: LERATO LONDON ***
Wonders indeed shall never end. Delicious and easy recipes from her TV shows, food articles, home cooking and food fantasies. Lerato London is in London! And the high flying multilingual and supremely talented Nigerian Chef (seasonally in between Abuja, Lagos and London has graced the Capital with her exquisite #AfricanAfrternoonTea Central London Tea Club. We endeavour to visit at some stage this year. For more info check out the details above.
Instagram: /Enish_Restaurant | Facebook: /EnishRestaurant | Twitter: @sholaeco007 | Address: ENISH NIGERIAN RESTAURANT + GRILL, 228 Lewisham High Street,London. SE13 6JU | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 02083187527
Nigerian cuisine, like most West African cuisine is known for its richness, deep flavour and variety. Various spices, herbs and flavourings are used together with palm oil (red oil) or groundnut oil to create deeply flavoured stews and soups usually made from hot chili peppers. Nigerian feasts are incomplete without an array of traditional dishes. At Enish Restaurant, we prepare our meals to contemporary standards while maintaining that unique traditional flavour Nigerian food are known for.
Boom! Onidodo is a Pan African Supper club based in London and Essex. Great to see and taste the good food that this healthy family run company are achieving. The company run by Husband and wife for the last 3 years has been catering and providing tasty meals and delicacies to their customers through their various pop up restaurant, Dinner, events, personal catering, parties and so much more. Book a table at Onidodo’s next Supper Club ASAP!
7) 208 DEGREES
Instagram: /280Degrees_Bar | Facebook: /280DegreesAfricanRestaurantBar | Twitter: @280Degreez | Address: 280 Kilburn High Road, London NW6 2BY | Phone: +44 207 328 8832 | Email: email@example.com
280 degrees African Restaurant & Bar is an authentic relaxation spot with a modern twist in the interior, giving our valued customers a whole new African experience. Our goal is to provide an all in-one relaxing atmosphere where you and your friends or family can socialise; eating, drinking and dancing to Afrobeat sounds which serenates the room.
10) Lagos Island
Address: 417 Lea Bridge Road, Leyton, London | Phone: 020 8988 3802 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Emphasis is on providing refined yet creative African Cuisine, our menu incorporates both traditional classic favourites and original new dishes, Lagos Island unique style. Acclaimed speciality menu includes Spicy Snail, Nkwobi, Island Roast, Island Fish, Fish and Assorted Meat Pepper Soup. Located at 417 Lea Bridge road, Leyton. East London. Banqueting hall Available for Private Meetings and Functions Sits up to 50 People also.
11) MAZEES KITCHEN
12) 805 RESTAURANT
Our Chefs have a combined experience of over 20 years, cooking with the finest African herbs and spices.
Facebook: /Obalende-Suya | Address: 523 Kingsland Road, E8 4AR | Phone: 0207275 0171
A progressive take on West African Culture – changing stereotypes, creating a new perception, giving voice to a changing Contemporary West Africa.