You won't forget a visit to Obalende Suya in a hurry. This shrine to Nigeria is the home of the Nigerian Arsenal fan club (born in the Nwanku Kanu years) and packs a huge crowd for the country's major football matches. Obalende Suya started out in the back of a trailer in Elephant & Castle before opening their flagship outlet in Dalston (523 Kingsland Road, 020 7275 0171). They also have a sister branch in Peckham at 42 Peckham High Street. The focus of the Dalston restaurant is the huge grill in the middle of the impressive open-plan kitchen. All types of meat and fish are grilled and served with a range of traditional sides such as pounded yam and jollof rice. Side dishes include yilata (grilled gizzards), goat and pepper soup, and stewed snail.
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