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The best restaurants in Nigeria’s Port Harcourt

he best restaurants in Nigeria's Port Harcourt
Written by See Africa Today

Needless to say, Port Harcourt’s oil drilling activities have transformed this city into a beehive of activities.

In spite of its bustling nature, Port Harcourt remains one of the most amazing places to visit not just for petroleum business deals but also leisure and it is against this backdrop that Port Harcourt houses renowned restaurants.

Asia Town

Asia Town

Asia Town [Photo byVenue Hero]

For the best Asian cuisine, Asia Town is the walk-to restaurant. It is popular for delicious meals and accommodating nature to brunch lovers. Vegans and special diets such as gluten-free are catered for. 

Spice Route

Spice Route

Spice Route [Photo by]

Like its name sounds, Spice Route restaurant has a reputation of mainly serving tantalizing Indian and Asian spicy dishes. Located in Port Harcourt Mall, you can have a wide variety of cuisines to choose from. If you are a vegan, you have your diet sorted as well.

Blue Elephant

Blue Elephant

Blue Elephant [Photo by]

International cuisine is the name of the game at Blue Elephant restaurant. The services in this establishment are top-notch that you want to keep going back. The outdoor setting is an attraction enough for one to go back to Blue Elephant.

Jevenik Restaurant

Unlike many restaurants in Port Harcourt offering Western and Asian cuisine, Jevenik Restaurants is authentically the African foods joint in Port Harcourt. The best of Nigeria’s traditional meals are at Jevenik and price are highly affordable.

South 66

South 66 is an American-modelled restaurant-cum-bar steakhouse. Grilled barbecue is the main meal here alongside other American dishes.

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See Africa Today

Pharis Kinyua is the editor of See Africa Today. With over seven years of experience in digital media, he has a soft spot for African tours and travel. His drive is to tell the rest of the world what Africa offers, the best accommodation facilities, national parks, culture, shopping malls and best airline deals to travel to Africa

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