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The goat pepper soup rocks hardest at this new Nigerian, named after an international arts festival in Lagos. Loaded with internal organs, the goat soup tingles the mouth... More »
Of the handful of Nigerian restaurants in town, this is the one most ready for prime time, reflecting a longtime Nigerian presence on Fulton Street. Three types of... More »
Located in Clinton Hill, Buka ("Eating House") is a new Nigerian restaurant on Fulton Street, but it certainly isn't the first—there's been a constant national presence on the thoroughfare going back 30 years, to the aftermath of that country's oil boom and subsequent economic bust. While the presence has been mainly limited to shipping companies, art galleries, and boutiques selling...
While the Senegalese have boldly opened semi-upscale restaurants in Harlem and Clinton Hill, complete with annotated menus, and the Ghanaians have established numerous small groceries and cafés in the Bronx and Queens, and modest Ivory Coast, Malian, Guinean, Liberian, and Sierra Leonean eateries have come and gone in various boroughs, the Nigerians have remained elusive. Sure, there's...
Nigerian cuisine is the fastest-growing segment of the city's African restaurant industry. Four places have recently openedone in Queens, two in Brooklyn, and one where you'd least expect it, on Staten Islandwhile the number of Senegalese, Guinean, Ghanaian, and Ivory Coast establishments has remained relatively constant. Strictly speaking, New Combination is not completely new, but...
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