Food Menu by Obalade Suya.

A typical African meal consists of a main base a type of vegetable soup and a savoury soup often with meat or fish,

Below you can select your base combine it with 2 soups or stews and the final price is indicated with the final stew or soup

for example “Pounded yam with Egusi and Assorted meat stew” will cost €10 in total excluding delivery costs


    • Base Course

      Most African meals start with a base course followed by a soup and finally a stew

    • Amala


    • Attiéké


      Attiéké (also spelled acheke) is a side dish made from cassava that is a part of the cuisine of Côte d'Ivoire in Africa. The dish is prepared from fermented cassava pulp that has been grated or granulated.Driedattiéké is also prepared, which is similar in texture to couscous. It's a common and traditional dish in Côte d'Ivoire that originated in the southern part of the country, and methods for its production are well known in Côte d'Ivoire and also in Benin. In Côte d'Ivoire, the dish is often served with Kedjenou, a slow-cooked stew. Fresh attiéké can spoil quickly, and should generally be consumed within 24 hours after preparation. Its short-term perishability has created some problems in its mass distribution from rural areas to urban environments.

    • Boiled Yam

      Boiled Yam

    • Fried Rice

      Fried Rice

      Fried Rice

    • Fried Yam

      Fried Yam

    • Grijs meel (Semolina)

      Grijs meel (Semolina)


      Grijs meel to the dutch is a white semolina  in various recipes are eaten with the various Nigerian soup recipes. Semolina is the coarse, purified wheat middlings of durum wheat used in making pastabreakfast cereals.

    • jollof rice

      jollof rice

    • Pounded Yam

      Pounded Yam

      Pounded Yam is a popular African dish similar to mashed potatoes but heavier. Pounded Yam is very smooth and tasty. It is often eaten with vegetable soup.

    • White Rice

      White Rice

    • 1st Soup or Sauce

      As said previously most African meals are served with a base course and a sauce and finsally a stew of some sort

    • Bitter leaf

      Bitter leaf

    • Egusi


      Egusi soup is a kind of soup thickened with the ground seeds and popular in West Africa, with considerable local variation.Besides the seeds, water, and oil, egusi soup typically contains leaf vegetables, other vegetables, seasonings, and meat. Typical leaf vegetables for egusi soup include bitterleaf, celosia and spinach. Typical other vegetables include tomatoes and okra. Typical seasonings include chili peppers, onions, and iru (fermented beans). Typical meats include beef, goat, fish, shrimp, or crayfish.

    • Ewedu


    • Gbegiri


    • Mixed Okro (Special)

      Mixed Okro (Special)

    • Ogbono


      Ogbono soup is a Nigerian dish made with ground ogbono seeds,with considerable  variation dependent on the locale. 

    • Okro


    • Vegetable mixed with Stock fish

      Vegetable mixed with Stock fish

    • 2nd Soup or Stew

      For most African meals a 3rd sauce is offered it is not obligatory but we offer you a total selection

    • Assorted Meat Stew

      Assorted Meat Stew


      Assorted Meat Stew in accompaniement with your main meal it it cost a total of €10 however if you feel the need for only the meat and stew as a side dish it costs €5

    • Beef Stew

      Beef Stew

    • Chicken Stew

      Chicken Stew

    • Fresh Fish

      Fresh Fish

    • Suya

    • Beef Suya

      Beef Suya


      Beef Suya served here with a selection of indigenous nigerian brewed beers

    • Chicken Suya

      Chicken Suya


      Chicken Suya, a variation on the beef suya theme

    • Pepper soups

    • Catfish Pepper Soup

      Catfish Pepper Soup


      Catfish Pepper Soup

    • Goat meat Pepper soup

      Goat meat Pepper soup


      The Nigerian Goat Meat Pepper soup is a popular Nigerian soup recipe. It is such a versatile recipe as it can be prepared with different types of meat and fish.Thus there is the Chicken Pepper Soup, the Catfish Pepper Soup (popularly known as Point & Kill), the Goat Meat Pepper Soup, the Cow Foot Pepper Soup and the Assorted Beef Pepper Soup. People usually go to exclusive bars or restaurants to eat the Pepper Soup. This is because this Nigerian soup recipe is believed to be prepared with 'secret' ingredients that only the restaurant Madams know about. Yes, the Pepper Soup ingredient which gives this recipe its unique aroma and taste, is truly the best kept secret. But our job here at All Nigerian Food Recipes is to expose all Nigerian food recipes and cooking secrets so that you can prepare them right inside your own kitchen whenever you want to.

    • Isi ewu

      Isi ewu

      Isi ewu, (also known as goat's head soup or spiced goat's head) is a traditional Eastern Nigeria dish that is made with a goat's head

    • Nnkwobi


      It is simply cooked cow foot mixed in spicy palm oil paste. Nnkwobi is often mistaken for Isi Ewu but they are not the same.

    • Bean dishes

    • Beans & Boiled Yam with Assorted Meats


      Beans & Boiled Yam with Assorted Meats

    • Beans & Fried Yam


      Beans & Fried Yam

    • Beans & Plantains

      Beans & Plantains


      Beans & Plantains  served here with assorted meats

    • Side Dishes

    • Assorted Meat Stew

      Assorted Meat Stew


      Assorted Meat Stew in accompaniement with your main meal it it cost a total of €10 however if you feel the need for only the meat and stew as a side dish it costs €5

    • Beans


    • Boiled Yam

      Boiled Yam

    • Goat meat

      Goat meat


      Goat meat  here it is served as a side dish for the cost of € 5  in accompaniement to your main meal it costs € 10

    • Merluza Fish Fried

      Merluza Fish Fried


      Merluza Fish Fried in accompaniement with your main meal this cost €10 however if you wish to order as a side dish this will cost €2.50 per piece

    • Moin-Moin




    • Red Tilapia Fried

      Red Tilapia Fried

    • Weekend specials

      These are meals we produce mostly for weekends and special events or by special request only

    • Fried Rice

      Fried Rice

      Fried Rice

    • Moin-Moin