Located in London, this cafe wittingly plays on the words for their name.. they’ve got 2 locations; Camden (close my ends) and brick lane. Decided to visit the latter just because I’m utterly addicted to Shoreditch and it’s environ. Video below shows my time out there with @ujufanta.
Took my crawling pads to Hendon for a review of 805’s branch located there. I’ve been to 805 quite a number of times, I mean, what Nigerian in London hasn’t. Those birthday meals or the let’s-do-Nigerian hangouts I’d reluctantly attend or decline because it was all the way in Old Kent road came to an end when the Hendon branch was a opened. *North West Baby*.
I’ve had some weird experiences at 805 to be honest, I mean two weeks ago when I visited with Lanre, we were waiting for our good when he caught sight of one of the waitresses sniffing the soup 😳 possibly to decide what it was. We almost wept 😩. That day was a busy day too so our waiting time was a bit long. The male waiter apologized though..also tried to make it up, he did great actually, we left laughing. Back to my recent visit on the review day. Here are the photos of our meals (video and final words below).
Hi guys, it’s February already so by now one should have gotten a hang of how they’re getting on with 2017 plans. As you’d know I’m a resolution-making person.. I give up habits and then set plans (long and short term ones)..all written down.
..just a moment while I tell you about my favorite Nigerian restaurant in London. Lots of people say Nigerians don’t like to eat out especially at Nigerian restaurants as against at for e.g Turkish, Chinese or American food places.. View Post
..as I’d mentioned in my previous video, @foodace was already done cooking the rice when I got to hers so we just worked in serving the rice.
I’d run through how I make jollof rice and then show we serving she did.