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Suya Hut


11720 W Airport Blvd, Meadows Place
Earn 3X Points

Instead of the typical suya coated in dry spices, here, it's doused in a spicy suya glaze. Suya at this Nigerian spot is sold by the stick, so grab a couple of each, with special attention to the chicken and shrimp varieties. This spot is mostly a takeout operation, so come here when you need a quick bite or when you want to enjoy your meal in a quiet environment. Find a chair and get comfortable before diving into the grilled meats. 

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photo credit: Liz Silva

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Shrimp Suya

Our favorite suya here, the shrimp suya is smothered in seasoning, with perfectly charred bits on the ends of the shrimp and suya marinade melted onto the shrimp, coating it in spice.

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photo credit: Liz Silva

Chicken Suya

The chicken suya is coated in the same spicy glaze as the shrimp suya, but with smoky grilled chicken as the base.

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photo credit: Liz Silva

Beef Plate With Jollof Rice

A mountain of jollof rice is probably the best buddy we could pick for the spicy beef suya. Add in the side of golden plantains that it comes with, and you’ve got yourself a real suya party.

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