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Trying egusi for the first time
Homemade eggs with vegie
Fried rice combo with fish
- Tonya TFirst time coming here because he was craving some Nigerian food and it definitely hit the spot. He ordered stew, beef, and Fufu. The menu is large for whatever you have a taste for. I was immediately impressed with the Vegan/Vegetarian menu and how large the selection was since it’s hard to go places and find menus that cater to us. I chose the tofu peppered soup. I also ordered a Hibiscus ginger drink and it’s so yummy!!! Definitely coming back to try the Curry Tofu.
- Lynisha SGood food takes time to be prepared. I came here first time in LA to try Egusi soup. Yes, I did wait 60 min but I was expecting the wait. So I just walked over a block to a nail spa. The Egusi stew was delicious! So very flavorful, a bit spicy (like I like it), and a lot of it. I had goat and chicken. I also did try the swallow even though I rarely eat carbs. It was soft and went very well with the stew. I also had the fried plantains. Everything was soooo very delicious!!
- Yellow BIt was my very first time trying food at Adukes tonight! I went with my 9ja friend! I had a blast!! The food was delicious and the customer service was wonderful! I got the Asaro with fried fish. I was hoping that I could get the beef suya with it.. but I couldn't, and that was fine. No wahala. I'll just have to come back again one day and get the beef suya. But the meal was so tasty! I'd highly recommend this place!! And there's even traditional clothing for sell in the store too!! I'll be back again! Blessings! 😀