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Nigerian Restaurants in Houston, TX
1.Blue Nile Ethiopian Restaurant
9400 Richmond Ave
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We held an event here for the United Nations Association. We had about 35 people in the private room, the staff was extremely helpful with the setup and the food was delicious. We really appreciated how the staff was very friendly and accommodating even when the room had filled up and our presenter was speaking. The space got quite tight at times, but overall this is a great spot to hold a private event. I'd recommend staying under 30 people.
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2.Lagos Island Cafe
6802 Highway 6 S
I am an AA woman who LOVES Nigerian food! My companion is Nigerian, and I fell in love with the food immediately! We live 60 miles away, so it's not often that we get to enjoy authentic Nigerian food. Whenever we go to Houston, we make that extra 30 mile drive to SW side to go to Lagos Island Cafe. We went to Lagos Island on May 2 to celebrate my birthday, my companion ordered Egusi, and I had a taste for Jollof Rice and Plantain. When the food arrived, the plantain was hard and dry, but I didn't complain, we enjoyed our dinner. I did however place an order of Jollof rice to go for my friend, and asked the waiter if he would make sure the plantain was not hard and dry, He replied, "No problem I will cook some fresh for you." I took his word for it, we received our food, paid our bill, and left. When we returned home (60 miles away) the plantain was from the same batch he'd given us at the restaurant. The next day I called and explained the scenario, the guy said, "No problem, come in and we will take care of it." Last night my companion and I entered, we actually planned to buy more food, but I did expect my plantain on the house. As we entered an older lady was talking to a group of customers sitting, she stopped and shouted in Yoruba to the back ( my companion is Yoruba). A guy came to the front and told me they were unable to give me plantain, that I could have a meat pie instead. I said not to worry about the plantain I'd just like to order ogbono soup and egusi. My companion gave me this funny look, and it was then I knew something wasn't right. Another lady came and said the kitchen was closed. (it was 15 minutes to closing time) At that point I decided I would never go back and left. When we got into the car, my companion told me that the lady who shouted when we arrived said, "THESE ARE THE BEGGARS THAT WANT FREE FOOD!" In Nigerian culture this is an insult. I called back and spoke with the manager,she apologized and told me that was the OWNER so she could do nothing about it. I could not believe that an owner of a restaurant would treat customers in that way. I don't like to generalize and say it's the culture of the people, but in American culture it's understood that customer service is a priority. Honestly I was in shock because I'd never been treated that way , or experienced such rudeness. That told me ALOT about the values of the owner and how the business is ran. I will never go back there ever again. There's an African Food Market & Finger Lickin' on the SW side that serve delicious food, try them.
3.Signature African Restaurant
13611 Bellaire Blvd
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5506 Bellaire Blvd
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12313 Bellaire Blvd Ste K
110 Vintage Park Blvd Ste P
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Kind of pricey but the food is unbeatable. Very unique flavors unlike any other restaurant. We didn't find anything we didn't like. Try any of the appetizers and the "Taste of South Africa"!
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9811 Bissonnet St
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Very good but very spicy. I liked the music. A suggestion would be to maybe have descriptions of food in the menu, but 5 star experience nonetheless.
5555 Washington Ave Ste V
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9.Jessica's Plate Catering
8800 S Braeswood Blvd
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10.All African Food Store
921 Cypress Creek Pkwy Ste 101
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11611 W Airport Blvd
I went there on a weekday with a group of friends. The place is quaint and small with only 4 tables. Among the dishes that were tried, the chicken suya with the jollof rice and fried plantains was a favorite. It was very tasty and somewhat spicy. The beef suya was a tad on the dry side. Someone also tried the Miyan Kuka soup with a rice tuwo. It was not recommended, as the beef was tough and the tuwo was bland and mushy. The staff was extremely helpful and kind; happily answering all of our questions.
435 Murphy Rd
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