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Ondo Restaurant Opens to Sell Sumptuous Igbo Delicacies

By Maria Ifafesobi

AKURE – Igbo Dishes are one of the most widely consumed delicacies in Nigeria. This is due to the fact that they are made from unique recipes which gives the consumer the utmost satisfaction when eaten.

This was made known to Technocrat Media by the owner of Chioma Restaurant, Mrs. Happiness Sunday, at the grand opening of the restaurant. The restaurant which is situated along Hospital Road, Akure, Ondo State was opened today, August 5, 2020.

Mrs. Sunday while speaking with Technocrat Media said, the restaurant is being opened to provide customers with sumptuous Igbo delicacies because Igbo delicacies are one of the most consumed local delicacies in the country.  It gives customers a kind of satisfaction that makes the customers want to patronize the restaurant regularly and also in some cases refer other customers to patronize us.

She said the restaurant will be selling only Igbo delicacies because it contains a lot of nutritional value which is beneficial to the consumer’s health. They are also rich in recipes and great taste.

Major Igbo soups like; Oha, Nsala, Bitter Leaf, Ogbono and Okra will be sold at the restaurant. The soups will be prepared alongside with different kinds of morsels.

At the grand opening of the restaurant, different customers and well-wishers were trooping in to celebrate the occasion with the owner.  Speaking with one of the customers who identified herself as Miss Gloria Ifeanyi, she said:

“I learned that an Igbo restaurant was Opening today, so I am here to give their food a trial and I enjoyed what I was served a few minutes ago. Chioma Restaurant is a nice place to be”.

The hotlines to make orders are 08098117789, 08034193270.

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