Elizabeth and Grace – creating authentic Nigerian food for decades

We are two sisters who both have a passion for cooking and Nigerian cuisine. We make a superb team and have experience running restaurants in Nigeria and Lebanon, as well as with catering in London. Recently, we decided to team up again to enable clients across our local area to order Nigerian food online from our outlet in Tottenham.

Working together to create great food!

We have always worked together in some capacity, and we have started this company from home. We are very fit and healthy, and have completed all the training for food preparation and catering necessary to run a business of this kind. We now have the aim of bringing Nigerian food and culture to our clients and want to bring the passion and care of our food through to the limelight.


an assortment of Nigerian and West African foods on a natural wooden table




Serving across North London

We produce beautifully prepared Nigerian cuisine for delivery across Tottenham and the local area. In this way we enable the Nigerian community, and people who enjoy the cuisine to order Nigerian food online, and enjoy the very best of what our culinary expertise has to offer.

We deliver in a 5 mile radius for individual orders, and can deliver for catering across London. Give us a call today to order your Nigerian culinary experience!


Nigerian Cooking Tips

When it comes to Nigerian cooking, there are some important principles to follow, which that can help you achieve delicious and authentic flavours:


Use fresh ingredients

Nigerian cuisine relies heavily on fresh ingredients such as vegetables, herbs, and spices. Whenever possible, opt for fresh produce and herbs to enhance the flavours of your dishes.



Incorporate Nigerian spices 

Nigerian cuisine is known for its rich and aromatic spices. Some commonly used spices include curry powder, thyme, garlic, ginger, chili peppers, and Nigerian spice blends like suya spice and yaji. Experiment with these spices to add depth and flavour to your dishes.

Master the art of Nigerian stews

Stews are a staple in Nigerian cuisine. Learn how to make the base for Nigerian stews, which usually consists of tomatoes, onions, and peppers, and then build upon it with different proteins like beef, chicken, fish, or vegetables. Allow the stew to simmer slowly to develop rich flavours.



Embrace ethically sourced palm oil and other local oils

Palm oil is widely used in Nigerian cooking and imparts a distinct flavour and colour to many dishes. Other local oils like groundnut oil and coconut oil are also popular. Use them as appropriate in your recipes to achieve an authentic taste. Use ethically-sourced red palm oil if possible.

Pay attention to texture


Nigerian cuisine often incorporates a variety of textures. From the softness of pounded yam to the crunch of plantain chips, textures play an important role. Experiment with different cooking techniques and ingredients to achieve the desired textures in your dishes.

Serve with Nigerian staples


Nigerian meals are often accompanied by staples like pounded yam, jollof rice, fried rice, eba, or fufu. These provide a balanced meal and complement the flavours of the main dishes. Consider learning how to prepare these staples to complete your Nigerian culinary experience.



Seek inspiration from Nigerian recipes and cookbooks

Explore traditional Nigerian recipes to understand the authentic flavours and techniques used in Nigerian cooking. Nigerian cookbooks and online resources can provide valuable insights and help you expand your repertoire of dishes.

Taste and adjust


Nigerian cooking often involves a lot of improvisation. Taste your dishes as you go along and adjust the seasoning to your preference. Nigerians enjoy bold and flavourful food, so don't be afraid to experiment and add spices and herbs as needed.

Remember, cooking is an art, and practice makes perfect. Don't be discouraged if your first attempts are not perfect. Enjoy the process of learning and experimenting with Nigerian flavours, and you'll soon develop your own signature dishes.


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