Asaro Elepo
Asaro Elepo translates to “Yam Porridge with Palm Oil”. The yam is  boiled till it’s tender and then cooked in a blend of Peppers, Tomatoes, and Onions, palm oil, with other Nigerian spices, resulting in a thick or soupy dish that will leave you asking for more.
Bole + fish
A classic Port Harcourt street food consisting of roasted plantain and smoked fish with Wumi’s special peppered sauce.


Bukka Stew
Our tomato based stew of mixed meat is quite popular in make-shift restaurants in Nigeria (Bukka). Buka Stew is served with Steamed Rice or Beans
Efo riro
Efo Riro means “stirred leafy vegetable”. However, we just don’t stir this by itself, we stir it in a rich peppered sauce which is loaded with Meat, Crayfish, smoked Fish, palm oil, locust beans, and several spices.It goes well with either Semolina, Eba, Poundo, Amala
Egusi soup
The rich and savory West African soup is made with sun-dried  protein-rich seeds of cucurbitaceous plant, melon. Other ingredients that bring out its wonderful complex flavor include Tomatoes, bell peppers, onions, habanero peppers, spinach, palm oil, smoked fish, & other spices. It is served with Semolina, Eba, Poundo, or Amala


Ewa Aganyin Combo
A popular street food in Nigeria. The black-eye beans is extremely soft/mashed and served with a signature sauce made of pepper, palmoil, onions & crayfish. It is served with your choice of Fried Plantain, or Agege Classic
Extra Amala
Extra Eba
Extra Poundo
Fried Plantain
As plantain ripens, its starches are converted to natural sugars, resulting in a sweetened taste when sliced and deep fried. Originally from South East Asia, it is now very popular as an accompanying African meal
Fried Rice Combo
Also popular at parties, it is a rice dish made with meats, mixed veggies (carrots, capsicum, peas, sweet corn, green beans) and spices. It is served with fried plantain or coleslaw and your choice of Peppered Chicken, Peppered Beef, Peppered Fish
Fresh potatoes, cut into strips, dried and fried in very hot oil
Mixed meat pepper soup
This very spicy soup of thin broth is prepared using various meats (orisirisi), chili peppers and calabash nutmeg as primary ingredients. It is guaranteed to set your mouth on fire
Moin – Moin
Our steamed bean pudding made from a mixture of washed and peeled black-eyed beans, onions and fresh ground red peppers. It is  protein-rich and would activate your taste buds
Ofada Rice
Our unpolished rice, ie in it’s natural state and without genetic modification, is served with chopped diverse parts of a cow, swimming in palm oil, fermented locust beans, and half blended bell peppers
Ogbono soup
A rich & smooth blend of Ogbono seeds (African bush mango seeds), palm oil, fresh leaf vegetables, Nigerian seasonings, served with mixed meat. This soup goes with Semolina, Eba, Poundo or Amala
Okra soup
Also referred to as ila Alasepo (ie mixed okra soup) by the yoruba tribe of nigeria. A great Okra soup must have a high level of viscosity (how much it draws), and this is why we have gone the extra mile to ensure high viscosity. Okra Soup is with Mixed Meat and goes with either Semolina, Eba, Poundo, Amala
Party Jollof Rice
This mouth-watering meal got its name because no Nigerian party is complete without it. This meal is cooked in a tomato based gravy with a smokey flavour served with Fried Plantain or coleslaw and your choice of Peppered Chicken, Peppered Beef, or Peppered Fish.


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