Where is your best Amala plug in Nigeria?


Àmàlà is a local homegrown Nigerian food, native to the Yoruba ethnic group in the southwest of the country. It is made out of yam and/or cassava flour, or unripe plantain flour. Yams are peeled, sliced, cleaned, dried, and then blended into flour, also called èlùbọ́. It could be served with a variety of ọbẹ (soups), such as ẹ̀fọ́, ilá, ewédú, ogbono, and or gbẹ̀gìrì (black-eyed beans soup)

In this review edition, We would like to know which joint has served you the best Amala ever.

Where is your best Amala plug in Nigeria?

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