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7 Great Nigerian Restaurants In NYC

Our favorites spots for jollof rice, egusi soup, moi moi, and everything in between.

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Buka

Get some solid goat pepper soup and beef suya at Buka, the only Nigerian restaurant in the East Village.

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7 Great Nigerian Restaurants In NYC

Our favorites spots for jollof rice, egusi soup, moi moi, and everything in between.

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Lagos Restaurant And Lounge

Lagos Restaurant and Lounge is a Midtown Nigerian restaurant with a lively atmosphere and great food.

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Hills Place

Hills Place is a Nigerian restaurant in Marine Park with especially good joloff rice.

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Nneji

Nneji is a Nigerian takeout spot and grocery store in Astoria with great vegetarian options.

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Festac Grill

Festac Grill in Cypress Hills is a West African restaurant known for classic Nigerian dishes.

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Brooklyn Suya

Brooklyn Suya is a small Nigerian spot in Crown Heights where you should grab a casual weeknight dinner.

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Buka Nigerian Restaurant

Buka is a casual restaurant in Bed-Stuy that’s open late, serves a variety of Nigerian food, and has a van that you can eat inside of.

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Dept. Of Culture

This fantastic Bed-Stuy restaurant serves a rotating prix-fixe meal inspired by the owner’s upbringing in the Northern Nigerian state of Kwara.