• Open:
    11:00 AM - 10:00 PM (PDT)
  • Cuisine

    NigerianAfrican

  • Features

    Patio , Takeout , Delivery , Non-Contact Delivery

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Google Reviews

Adetunji Babawale

Maduka was not there, the girl there can?t make amala, it was lumpy okro taste like you?re eating onion and water, they went back to bring pounded yam because well they can?t make amala, half of the food on the menu was unavailable. Bro close shop and sell spare parts! Oh and you have to pump water to wash your hand! So come ready for some exercise, and lastly the price on the menu is different from The actual price, the witch named server decides how much you pay. Get ready for fight and pump! Adventure of a lifetime! Oni se awon orire were with pimples!

Legit Riches

So I read the the bad reviews and still decided to try it. The pounded yam is old and they reheat it up for you gross?. This place is just not it. Vegas Nigerian food scene is horrible. Bad tasting food, common egusi you cannot make. I hope management reads this review because it is a disgrace to the culture. Do better.

abisola ipadeola

No one should have to eat these meals. The meals are stale. The poundoyam isn't made today, it's caked all round. The jollof rice is soo spicy that it felt like a poorly cooked concoction. The environment is dirty and untidy. It deserves no star. It's a rip-off no one should spend his money this way. It deserves no star at all.

Funmi Sholola

This place deserves 0 ??. Food a horrible, how do you ruin common jollof rice. No hospitality. The mood was dark. This place needs a face lift. The menu was very selective. Do not be deceived by the reviews it?s horrible in there.

d o

I would actually give it maybe 3.5 stars. I never had Nigerian food before so I finally settled on here to try. My order was to go. I had the white rice with ofada stew, suya (grilled goat meat with traditional spices), and a meat pie. The food was good but the prices were high for the amount of food you get. I understand prices are higher due to the pandemic, so hopefully in 9 months or a year or so things may be near normal again and we?ll see. I do want to try other Nigerian dishes, just not sure If it will be here or another place.

folusho jimoh

I am very disappointed with my order and the customer service: Total BS. I went in to order poundo yam with egusi all because I wanted to taste African food on Christmas day. On getting back home, I discovered I was given the wrong order which was pepper stew with pound yam. Who eats that? I called in for a correction of the order and I was told to wait for a delivery of my correct order and I ended up waiting for over 4 hours with no delivery. I kept calling and they kept posting me until they stopped picking the call. I ended up thrashing the whole food. Will never recommend this place, especially being my first time here.

Joanna Young

To say this food was second to none would be an understatement! The lady who served us was amazingly attentive. MJ the chef really has something special here. This food was simply divine... Especially the Suya! The sauce given with the plantains really set the whole meal off. I cannot say enough good things about the food and service. If you are trying to decide which place to get your Naija food from, look no further!

Ambar B Capoor

Happened to stop in while doing laundry a few weeks ago but the ladies were in a tizzy because they had family arriving from out of town, so I quietly snuck back out. I love to see family taking importance over money! Big Ups! Today I was back to do laundry so took a chance, it was fairly empty and I ordered a meat pie and the sauk(sp?), the skewer. The skewer was very tasty, seasoned with a nice spicy powder mixture and served with chopped onions and tomatoes. An unassuming and perfect snack for the afternoon. The meat pie was nice and crisp, but the dough was a little too thick and the filling a little too sparse. I was 3 bites in before I got to the meat part. The filing itself was nicely seasoned. The people there were all very friendly and polite. I would go back to try some of the other dishes if I were in the area again.

More Google Reviews

Eat nigerian at Nigerian Cuisine, it's a one of a kind experience for anyone in Las Vegas. We offer appetizing chicken as well as many other great foods, call us today (702) 798-0303.

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