Does your tummy need comforting? Good, because that’s what Tummy Kom4ort does best, comforting tummies foursquare, with appetisers, house specials, Nigerian dishes plus extras and sides all with a distinct West African vibe. Located at Princes Parade along Golders Green Road in northwest London’s Golders Green, Tummy Kom4ort is a destination for soul food lovers local to northwest London and those seeking 100% halal food at affordable prices. Book a table and bring friends and family.
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I had a great Nigerian dinner here, very spicy and tasty! I ate the goat meat pepper soup and the Jollof rice. The staff is friendly and helpful. I highly recommend this restaurant
Incredible, authentic food. Best Nigerian food in London. The owner Sampson and his wife were lovely people. Highly reccomended. Can't wait to go back again
If you’ve got a grip with run-of-the-mill food in and around northwest London, check out Tummy Kom4ort’s menu – it’s sure to brighten up your day with totally halal West African and Nigerian dishes designed to satisfy the biggest appetites. There’s even a handful of Nigerian soft drinks to quench your thirst: the Nigerian Fanta and Nigerian bitter lemon are the perfect accompaniment to your meal, while Tummy Kom4ort’s special herbal tea will settle the most growling of guts. Golders Green’s bellies have never had it better.
You’re going to need Tummy Kom4ort when it comes to the spicier West African and Nigerian dishes on offer. Appetisers like the spicy turkey gizzards and spicy chicken wings are a hot chilli hit, as are the peppery fresh fish and goat meat soups. For a real traditional starter, go for the nkwobi, a Nigerian dish of spicy cow’s foot. The most popular house specials at this northwest London African restaurant include the special rice and noodles with prawn and chicken and the lavish Tummy Kom4ort seafood special, ideal for sharing. Sharpening the focus like a chef’s knife, traditional Nigerian dishes like the grilled tilapia fish with chillies, herbs, fried plantain or yam, the steamed sea bass with jollof rice, or the oha and banga soups are a trip down memory lane for West African emigres. There’s a lot more on offer from Tummy Kom4ort’s premises at Princes Parade in Golders Green, so book a table and jump right in.