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Wanna Eat Ewa Agoyin, Ekuru, Ikokore, Ofada Rice and stew, Soups and other Naija Dishes in Abuja? Quick Orders For you

Hello Boss,

Right here in Nigeria's Federal Capital, Abuja, I just discovered an awesome "Naija Dishes" service, that you can walk in and have a fill of your local dishes from yoruba and other culture delicacies in Nigeria. The awesome part is that you can PLACE A CALL for your favourite dish and PICK IT up at your convenience from anywhere in the FCT, whether for Lunch, Breakfast, In-between meal or just dinner...or better still for your event.

Proper meals. Hygienically prapared. Fast. Easy to get and Awesome in Taste. I was there myself yesterday, so this is not a detached advertorial or hype. My friends who I gisted, are so elated and making orders of meals they haven't had in decades. Coolio

Call Aunty Shade of the Naija Dishes on 08033119288, 08059818735

To Walk-in for your own dishes, visit them at Plot 337B, 11th Road almost opposite Zenith Bank, Gwarinpa Abuja. Thank me later.

Boli can be served with different delicacies




Ewa Agoyin

Ikokore

Ofada Rice




Pictures courtesy of Naija dishes, sisiyemmie, The Guardian, dooneyskitchen et al

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