SKIPPERS FAST FOOD:
Because sometimes you just want good food without having to break the bank or risk washing plates 😂. And Skippersng is a restaurant that ticks those boxes.
Located in 169 Adetokunbo Ademola Crescent Wuse II, this restaurant serves continental and Nigerian dishes, pastries and snacks.
I stopped by the other day for lunch with my fellow foodies and it was a feast! Here’s breakdown of some of the food we had:
Special Fried Rice N800
Peppered Chicken N1,100
Jambalaya Rice N2000
Turkey Wing Large N1400
Ofada Rice N600
Ofada Sauce N900
Spring Roll N150
Rice and Beans N600
Wanke Sauce N900
Goat Meat Pepper Soup N1000
Moi Moi N400
Pounded Yam N300
Efo Riro N600
Chicken Pizza Large N2500
The special fried rice and ofada were my top favorites! The fried rice was tasty and the vegetables crunchy. I loved the texture of the rice used too. The spicy chicken was the perfect add on and it was so well seasoned. I wish it was spicer. Now I may be a little biased given that I’m of the opinion that ofada is bae but I enjoyed the ofada rice and sauce, it really was a great deal for the price. I also enjoyed the small chops, especially the spring rolls and puff puff. I do wish the shell of the spring roll was crunchier but nonetheless it was very well seasoned. The puff puff also had a slight taste of onions, I’m usually not a fan of this but I really liked this puff puff for some reason. My friends had the swallow and they loved it!
The space is very clean, bright and well lit to eat in. They also have a VIP seating area which I thought was a nice touch.
Overall Skippersng is a great place for good food at good prices! Good home-cooked-style food too which makes it a perfect stop for lunch breaks! They deliver too!
Btw This restaurant is coming all the way from Port Harcourt and I hear that over there, their bread and moi moi are top favorites. I didn’t get to try the moi moi but I had the bread and it was nice. Any PH people on here, do let us know.
Location: 169 Adetokunbo Ademola Crescent Wuse II
Review By: Abuja Lifestyle