Great review of ‘the world’s first Nigerian Tapas Restaurant’

Grace Dent has written the best review I’ve read in ages about a lesser understood type of cuisine in London. Moi moi, suya sinasir and sinasir are dishes eaten in Lagos, Ibadan, Kaduna, Kano and Chuku’s is now dishing these up to hungry Londoners.

Chuku’s, in Tottenham, London, was set up by brother and sister Emeka and Ifeyinwa Frederick. This is their version of Nigerian-British food and it looks incredible.

Chuku’s beef ayamase stew and egusi bowl

From Grace’s review this is certainly a modern interpretation of Nigerian food but it left me hungry reading it at 5am!

Here’s the brilliant review:

https://www.theguardian.com/food/2020/sep/18/chukus-london-n15-restaurant-review-grace-dent

Published by alotofchop.com

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