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This local buka LASGIDI BUKA is a concept emerged from an intensive customer research aimed at identifying what Nigerian consumer would like to experience when they visit an ideal buka (mama put) both in Nigeria and abroad this is just the embodiment of Lasgidi Buka . LASGIDI BUKA creates a life style where people eat real local food in a village setting irrespective of the age , color or social status, it is a place where people of different ages , colour and social status taste a local meal produced in the old days mama pot , that is fresh from the farm , prepared under highly hygienic condition it was created to be the preferred native meal experience in Nigeria and Africa (world) meeting customer needs of native meal, value, comfort, quality, taste and friendly service.See Our Menu
The world’s a big, big stage for this notorious deli smack in the middle of the theatre district, infamously famous for its over-the-top corned beef and pastrami sandwiches, chopped liver, blintzes, celebrities, salami, smoked fish and New York’s finest cheesecake.
You might not find dragon meat on the menu, but you’ll find pretty much anything else that walks, swims or flies, cooked up in more ways than there are people in the Guangdong province. This Midtown mainstay has a 20-year history of delivering mouth-watering and Cantonese style chow.
This NYC historical landmark in the heart of the Theatre District has been serving up suds and down home pub food since 1892, surviving prohibition by renting the front of its then Rockefeller Center façade to Greek florists, while the Hurley brothers ran a speak-easy in back.
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