Hands down, one of the best things about living in Houston is the food.

 

No matter what we have a craving for, from Vietnamese sandwiches to Indian desserts, we can easily find it in our diverse city. We have restaurants serving cuisines from all over the world.

With competition like that, it’s hard to stand out from the rest, but deep on the southwest side of Houston, Wazobia African Market does just that.  Within 5 years since its grand opening, they have become known for delicious, authentic African food. Craving a plate of jollof rice and meat pie? How about some fish pepper stew? Wazobia has you covered!

And just in case you have not made your way to Wazobia, you’ll have the perfect chance Saturday, September 29 at the 2nd Annual Nigeria Arts and Culture Festival in Root Memorial Park immediately following the parade.  Just follow the delicious smells to Wazobia’s booth for some free samples. Then stick around to see traditional and modern dances, art and culture. See you there!

What’s your favorite Nigerian dish? Tell us in the comments below.

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