Nigerian food is global and many, many Nigerians want to have a taste of home, even when they’re abroad. Tobi Raphael, a British-Nigerian serial entrepreneur and restaurant owner, is leveraging that knowledge to create great culinary experiences for Nigerians in the diaspora, and others who love Nigerian food.

(Photo: I Go Chop)

(Photo: I Go Chop)

Tobi recently opened I Go Chopa new upscale Nigerian takeaway serving traditional dishes with a fusion twist. I Go Chop is located in “Little Lagos”, Camberwell, London and the restaurant offers a range of Nigerian classics including jollof rice, suya, gizzard and plantain as well as new takes on old favourites like the “Oga Burrito”, a jollof rice and beans burrito.

And from testimonials on social media, the I Go Chop food offerings appear to be living up to every hype, and the restaurant is perfectly named: ‘I Go Chop’ is pidgin for ‘I will eat’. It’s truly impressive. So if you’re ever in the area, and craving Nigerian food, you should give them a try.

 

Tobi started his first business at 16, and at 21 he opened the wildly popular restaurant, Mama Leahs. Mama Leahs started as a pancake and waffle trailer and has since evolved into a fully-licensed restaurant. We just love when Nigerian entrepreneurs are doing great things, and we wish Tobi good luck!

(Photo: I Go Chop)

(Photo: I Go Chop)

(Photo: I Go Chop)

(Photo: I Go Chop)

(Photo: I Go Chop)
 
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