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All reviews goat curry flan mango rice plantains oxtail black beans beef african food euston station ginger beer drummond street tiny place sweet potato tasty food lovely little restaurant interesting menu
Group of friends ( who met on a tour in Africa) met here for lunch to catch up and enjoyed great food and laughter. Idiosyncratic tiny place but we loved it and owner was great. Good value and interesting menu. Highly recommend if you are...More
Ate here last night and the food was great. Real genuine, tasty African food. The owner was really friendly and accommodating and the place was packed with people turning up and not being able to get a table.
The only issue I have is that...More
My friend messaged me out the blue to say she's coming into Euston and could I meet her for dinner, trouble was I didn't know where would serve us last minute on a Friday without waiting hours. This place somehow popped up and I'm so...More
I stumbled on this place with my son seeking an early dinner. We asked the owner, Akin, to recommend his favourites from the menu and he proposed the goat and beef curries. We ordered these along with rice (both types), plantains and black beans and...More
I came here with Friends for dinner and had the Suya and sweet potato balls to start with followed by the Chicken with Mango. All delicious. Served by Akin whose smile and welcome was very warming on a cold rainy London day! I don’t think...More
The restaurant has a home kitchen feel to it. The servers are friendly and chatty. The decor is interesting and apparently all available for sale.
I was sat at the back of the restaurant, ie covered exterior.
I was caught out by some of the...More
We found by chance this little African restaurant near Euston Station.
We spent a very good time and had an exceptional dinner there. The food was really strange and tasty, and we loved it. The menu has some very interesting and exotics meals and it...More
We had the pleasure of lunch at the African kitchen gallery as part of our university’s field study in London in late May. The owner/manager, Akin, was a most gracious and generous host, and the food was tasty, fresh, and satisfying! The Tiny dining room...More