Àmàlà is an indigenous Nigerian meal, known to the Yoruba ethnic group of Nigeria. It is made out of yam or cassava flour. It is mostly served with Ewedu and gbegiri soups, which is paired with all kinds of assorted proteins.
Alamala is a new spot in the city of Abuja, specialized in selling yummy Amala. It is located at no 40 durban street, Wuse II Abuja, Nigeria.
Alamala is a small pick up stand with a mini sitting area where you can wait for your order or quickly have your meal.
They have a limited menu, that offers only Àmàlà, Ewedu, gbegiri, proteins, soft drinks and water. The menu however give you an option to build your bowl to your heart’s content. The pricing of the food however doesn’t cover the cost of packaging. Packaging charge is separate.
A taste of Alamala
SPICY!!! That’s how it tasted. The Àmàlà was served hot in a nice kraft bowl, and also served on time as well. My order didn’t take long at all. I opted for the ’happy bowl’ which is the full Àmàlà a meal with assorted proteins. It tasted really nice and had that hot Yoruba pepper flair, it was spicy but not too hot to handle. It had just the right amount of deliciousness. I definitely enjoyed myself and i’ll be going back for more.
I absolutely love the innovation of putting Àmàlà in a kraft bowl. I mean its quite bougie but they didn’t fail to deliver the indigenous originality of the meal which i liked because in the end it all balls down to the taste of the meal. Alamala is quite affordable, offers great service and serves delicious Àmàlà. It is definitely a worthy Àmàlà plug in Abuja.
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