I am still on the hunt for the best Amala spot in Lagos, and just recently, a friend recommended a place called Ajoke Alamala Plus in Yaba. Curious and hungry, I decided to give it a try and here is my honest review of this popular spot.
Late in the evening, I dropped by Ajoke Alamala Plus with high hopes of a satisfying meal. Unfortunately, there was a power outage, so dining in wasn’t possible. However, that didn’t deter me, and I opted for a takeaway instead.
Let’s talk about the highlight of the meal – the flavors! Oh boy, their gbegiri, ewedu, and stew were absolutely mouthwatering. The stew, with its palm oil base, was skillfully balanced, resulting in a taste that made my taste buds dance with joy.
Now, let’s get to the Amala. It was soft and all, but there was something peculiar about its texture. I can’t quite put my finger on it, but hey, everyone can have an off day, right? So, I’ll give them the benefit of the doubt on that one.
When it comes to customer service, it was nothing out of the ordinary, but I did appreciate the friendly demeanor of the staff. They made sure my takeaway was ready quickly.
My overall experience at Ajoke Alamala Plus Lagos was okay. If you’re a fan of mouthwatering gbegiri, Ewedu, and well-blended stew, this place is definitely worth a visit. Though my experience with the Amala texture was a bit unusual, it’s possible that it was just an isolated incident.
Sit tight and watch out for our next review. The hunt for the best Amala spot in Lagos is not over!
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