It’s just overpriced food and the food is horrible. Their fries are really dry and it makes you want to drink more water.
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I had the lentil soup with whole wheat chapati. The portion was a really nice size. I didn’t even need any rice. The service is great, but try to avoid seating near the piano player if you want to hear your dinner date. Great date...More
your menu's are great with exotic choice to choose from. and all your cousins are excellent, with mouth watering finger food.
I took a Kenyan colleague to Nkoyo for lunch. We were swiftly met by a waiter, who showed us to a table. We had a Choice of sitting indoors in the dimly lit restaurant or the enclosed but open space well lit space. We chose...More
looking for a low budget dining? then yes this is the right place. The atmosphere is good , the staff are lively and the food is okay. so a night out with friends and not wanting to spend too much - this will be the...More
Nkoyo is fine for the leisure tourist. I took customers there and it was embarrassing. The place needs a good cleaning and when they tried to convince us that shrimps are king prawns I vowed never to go back there again.
Have a friend that's craving Nigerian while you're craving Indian food? Nkoyo is the place to go. Co-located with Masala Wahala, I have often gone there and ordered dishes from both menus, and the food is very good, the ambiance is nice and in the...More
I really don’t understand how I’ve visited Abuja 5 times in 3 years and NO ONE cared to mention this place ? It’s located at Ceddi plaza and everything about it is perfect. The Art The Decor The soft piano playing The attentive staff (...More