?Kinda Street, Wuse 2, Abuja
I’m so excited to finally share my review of @kapadoccia_abuja with you. Honestly I went here with very low expectations because I’ve been seeing reviews of just the space and aesthetics but nothing much about the food but maybe that was a good thing because they kind of surpassed my expectations.
This was quite an interesting lunch because I got to try about 8 meals with my fellow food bloggers so I would share a list of what I would recommend and not recommend (in my opinion).
Generally the food here is actually really good, I particularly enjoyed what I ordered which was the Alfredo Penne Pasta & Slow Braised Torzo, for someone who isn’t really a fan of cream pasta I loved this! My least favorite meal here was the lasagna and ramen noodles especially the lasagna, it was an apology if I have to put it nicely.
The Giwanruwa Fish & Onion Sauce was my second favorite meal, it was well seasoned and the onion sauce was really delicious but I must warn you we had a clear case of “what I ordered VS what I got” it didn’t look anything like what was posted on their page (swipe to see).
The Nigerian Smokey Jollof Rice on the menu was more like concussion rice, nothing Smokey or Nigerian about that rice.The food here is extremely overpriced, I really don’t understand what they are trying to achieve and it would have been so consoling if the portions matched up but the portions are really small for the prices. For example a burger here (which looks like a slider) is 5,200 and it doesn’t come with a side! It is absolutely ridiculous.
Would I visit again? Yes If I’m not paying
Alfredo Penne Pasta & Slow Braised Torzo – 6,500
Giwanruwa Fish & Onion Sauce & Onion Pearls – 7,500
3way Cooked Sumo Fries – 1,500
Yakitori Chicken- 4,200
Chicken Breast Carrot Purée, Terrine -8,500
Nigerian Smokey Jollof Rice -1,500
Braised Beef, Lasagna -5,500
Ramen Noodles, Chicken & Vegetable -6,000