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Chipstime Abuja; The Delightsome Meals Will Keep You Coming Back

Usually when I go out and about then decide to eat, I am usually careful where I go. I always avoid restaurants and fast food joints where their idea of fried rice is just a curry-coloured rice or where their meals are served without taste, so I choose to stick to Chipstime when I have those out-of-home meal cravings.
Moi moi at Chipstime

Event delight small chops


You can order this and get it promptly too

Their barbecue

Their elegant kitchen

This indomie, chips, coleslaw meal 

Their chefs and their CEO, Ebuka in one picture


From small chops - samosa, spring rolls I first had to discover their barbecue, Noodles meal, on-order grilled plantain with fish, Chipstime just gets me.

When you get those cravings, just shoot a call to Chipstime or just drive to their Wuse plaza restaurant to have your fill.

Remember, you should eat your meals like doctors' prescribed drugs. Eat healthy tasty and promptly, let Chipstime cater for that.



Chipstime is official caterer for The Man and Himself workshop in Abuja.

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