If you’re looking for a new pin to plonk on your culinary map try Pitanga in Hammersmith on for size with their modern reinventions of traditional Nigerian cuisine. With a menu that’s as varied as it is interesting, there’s something here for every palate whether you’ve sampled West African cuisine before or not! With a lively and welcoming atmosphere to boot, this could easily be your new favourite. From delightfully homely suya and jollof rice to the African land snails for the more adventurous, there’s also a whole host of traditionally prepared beef, chicken, goat and fish mains alongside vegetarian options and mouth watering desserts. But that’s not all. They’ve got bottomless prosecco brunches every second weekend of the month, traditional goat curries and even live music evenings for some of that West African High Life! Oh and we haven’t even mentioned their entire menu of authentically prepared Nigerian soups which are all derived from a deliciously deep stock come with a choice of meat alongside smoked prawns and shelled stockfish. There’s even vegan versions rocking spicy tomato broth, and delicate mushrooms too. So try something new on for size and find out what all the fuss is about. For one of the most welcoming and lively dining experiences around, visit Pitanga today and grab some tasty savings with Dines.
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G Tin the last week
What a little gem of a place! We were so grateful to have found this restaurant for dinner. They accommodated myself, my partner, our 14 month old baby and our friends. The food was amazing! Really tasty and really delicious. Excellent rum cocktails too. They even warmed up our food for our baby with no complaints. The only improvement to be made would be to add a baby changing table in the bathroom. Otherwise we really enjoyed our evening here.
Gabriel Ezekiel2 months ago
Good location. Good food, an Anglo-Nigerian fusion. Food made to appeal to Western tastes. Great chef and friendly customer service. For Nigerians though, they may feel it is too mild. Overall, pleased with the service provided.
Chukwuemeka Afigbo2 weeks ago
Great place for quality Nigerian food. It has the great taste and comprehensive menu you would expect from a quality local Nigerian restaurant with the food presentation that you would expect from the best British restaurants. The environment is also very welcoming to all and the staff are friendly. Highly recommended
Ikem Chineduin the last week
Worth a visit. Great food, great service, nice atmosphere and reasonably priced. Highly recommended.
Peachy Peach3 weeks ago
Hidden gem! Smelled and tasted excellent! Ordered pounded yam, egusi soup and goat. It was definitely worth the wait of searching for a real African meal that's close to home cooking. Would definitely go again!