If you are in Ikeja and Computer Village especially and you have been looking for place to get good food in a nice environment, don’t look further! Amandaz Kitchen would be opening shop! Amandaz Kitchen brings home made food to you! This would be happening on Monday 5th November at 4 Pepple Street , Ikeja
Speaking about the opening,the founder of the restaurant , Amaka Onyebuchi said ” we believe that we are here to make a difference and also change the way people eat here in Ikeja , especially the folks in Computer Village. Apart from delivering amazing foods at rock bottom prices, we have designed our outlet for brief business meetings. We have it in mind to have a place where buy the every busy business man can walk in, have a cosy environment and have a great food and great meeting if there is need for that.”
She added that ” we don’t even want to call our food amazing, we think we call it the taste of goodness, we have come to understand the importance of organic food and we are bringing it to the bare . With very low additives, we would ensure that Ikeja would be addicted to our fine foods. “
Not yet done, the food outlet would be delivering food to shops and business outlets in Computer Village and environs free of charge. Having said that, the founder noted that what informed her to go into this line of business are two things , her love for good and quality food which is lacking in that part of Lagos and the need to ensure that people eat decently in Computer Village.
Having supplied food to corporate organisation like banks , Amandaz Kitchen has demonstrated adeptness and finesse in the area of culinary experience. The food vendor and outlet would be bringing the technology to bare using Whatsapp, Telegram and Facebook to facilitate orders and delivery.
“We are happy that this outlet is coming out at this time. Having enjoyed Amandaz food for sometime, I know that the good people of Ikeja would find this experience a rewarding one. Eating healthy is one thing that I love doing and Amandaz Kitchen understands what it means to go organic and ketogenic, I would recommend that people give this a try. Health is wealth and what we eat matters”, said Obinna, the CEO of Binez Fashion.