You maybe far away from home but you can still feel at home. There are just a hand full of Nigerian restaurants in London that can really make you feel at home. We would be counting down the all time best Nigerian restaurant in London that can make you homesick.
It is not just about the food alone, taste is everything for us whenever we review the best Nigerian restaurants in London. The taste of the food, quality of food, ambiance and many more are taken into consideration. These restaurants in our list are your best choice for all occasions, be it a date, catch-up with friends or a family dinning.
There are lots of Nigerians in the UK especially in London. Finding a restaurant that serves Nigerian meals might not be that hard, but finding a good one that offers the best can be difficult. These restaurants in our review has ticked the right box making them the top Nigerian Restaurants in London.
Another issue a Nigerian living or visiting London can encounter is finding a restaurant that serves most if not all Nigerian dishes. Nigeria being a diverse country has lots of cuisine that are relative to the various indigenous people living in the country. These dishes like Afang soup, Banga Soup, Oha Soup, Ewedu and the rest has become synonymous to the places they originated from. For Nigerians in London finding these indigenous cuisine can be quite a challenge.
The restaurants in our list offer a variety of these dishes and more. They are well prepared and will leave you home sick after you taste them. Follow us as we reveal to you the all time best Nigerian restaurants in London.
The All Time Best Nigerian Restaurant in London for all Occasions
1# Enish Nigerian Restaurant Lewisham
This is top of my list of best Nigerian restaurant in London. It is one of the most classy Nigerian restaurant in London. Its has very good lighting, very friendly staff, sumptuous meals and the best Nigerian beer in London.
|Address||228 Lewisham High St, Lewisham, London SE13 6JU, United Kingdom|
|Phone Number||+44 20 8318 7527|
#2 Mama Africa Nigerian Restaurant
Truly Mama Africa as it is named. I had always wanted that real Nigerian pepper soup taste and I got served. Very friendly staff, great ambiance and tasty food. Considered the best west African restaurant in North London.
|Address||25-27 Watford Way, Hendon, London NW4 3JH, United Kingdom|
|Opening Hours||Mon – Fri. 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm. Sat – Sun. 12:00 noon – 03:00am|
|Phone Number||+44 20 8202 1363|
#3 Tummy Kom4ort Nigerian Restaurant (African Cuisine)
Fantastic, authentic Nigerian restaurant. It has that Iya Basira effect, you would need more than willpower not to visit over and over again. Oha soup, Bitterleaf soup are on point. A visit would leave you a happy soul.
|Address||8 Princes Parade, Golders Green Road, London NW11 9PS, United Kingdom|
|Opening Hours||Tue – Sat 5:00 PM – 10:30 PM|
|Phone Number||+44 7547 432584|
#4 805 Restaurants
805 Restaurants is a vibrant modern West African dining establishment. One of the UK’s longest running African restaurants, serving the best in African cuisine. With 3 UK branches, Old Kent Road, Hendon and Reading. They have two branches in West Africa, Abuja in Nigeria and Accra in Ghana. With almost 20 years in the business they are still a growing brand
|Address||805 Old Kent Rd, London SE15 1NX, United Kingdom|
|Phone Number||+44 20 7639 0808|
#5 Pitanga – Nostalgic Nigerian Food
Here is just one review from a satisfied customer, ” Food was amazing, service was first class and the ambience was great.. Worth a visit for sure. It provided a lovely night with good food, reasonably priced and a live band to boot. Not the biggest venue, but booking in advance definitely does the trick”.
I recommend as your number 1 destination for a real Nigerian breakfast in London.
|Address||220 North End Road | Corner with Chesson Road, London W14 9NX, England|
|Opening Hours||10am – 9pm|
|Phone Number||+44 20 7385 1747|
Before you rush off to pay a visit to the restaurants listed above you should check that the venue of choice is open and the food you plan to order is being served that very day on the menu. Therefore it is wise to call ahead before taking the trip. Aside from these basic information, I will strongly advice you visit any of the all time best Nigerian restaurants in London for an unforgettable experience.