Food tasting

  • Food tasting,  Restaurant review

    SABROSO RESTAURANT – Arabic, South Indian, And Mexican Restaurant

    Sabroso restaurant is a mix of Arabic, South Indian, and Mexican. Each culture’s food had unique similarities, making it so easy to merge.  I was invited for a complimentary dinner at Sabroso Restaurant and it was quite an eventful evening. From trying out the Taco’s, to the chicken enchiladas, to the quesadilla, down to the shorbat adas, to the basabusa, down to the masala dosa, just to name a few. I had a swell time interacting with the Chefs present and learning about each dish and how they are eaten in their culture.  In this post, I’d be sharing the various cuisines and a little insight for most of the…

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    Brook lounge Abuja is the definition of exquisite and neat. With everywhere splashed with white and amazing lighting, it is not only beautiful but also picture perfect. At Brook lounge, there are two chefs – Chef Josef and Chef Nobble and both chefs have their menus – the options to pick from are enormous.  I got invited to the food tasting hosted by Dipo Smart. We started with the Chicken Corn Soup with bread, then proceeded to taste the Chicken Milanese, then the Jambalaya Rice, and ended it with a bowl of mixed fruits. Our drinks were so colorful I almost didn’t want to drink mine. Chicken Corn Soup  I’m…

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    Tribe Afrik restaurant is a mix of both intercontinental and Nigerian local dishes. While you have the options of Singapore fried rice, Penne Alfredo, Chicken dumplings, Fattoush salad, etc. There are also options of Amala and Ewedu, Fufu, Ogbono soup, Ofada, Moi-Moi, Ewa Goyin, etc. The restaurant has different sections, where you get served the intercontinental dishes is different from where the Nigerian local dishes are served. I got invited to the food tasting hosted by a fellow foodie Vallerieeats, and we got treated to a 4-course meal. We started with the Tribe Afrik’s special wings, then proceeded to taste the Penne Alfredo, the oriental rice with sweet and sour…

  • Food tasting,  Restaurant guide,  Restaurant review


    A few Sunday’s back, I and some of your favorite Abuja food bloggers were invited to Miso Japanese and Thai Restaurant to try out their Shabu Shabu menu. It was an amazing evening eating, drinking Heineken courtesy of Heineken Ng and chatting with some of my faves and our amazing host Calabarboyfoodie and some others. Description according to Wikipedia || Shabu-shabu is a Japanese nabemono hotpot dish of thinly sliced meat and vegetables boiled in water and served with dipping sauces. The term is onomatopoeic, derived from the sound emitted when the ingredients are stirred in the cooking pot. The food is cooked piece by piece by the diner at…

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