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tarted as a catering business in the chef’s home kitchen, Suya Joint offers up genuine (chef and co-owner Cecelia Lizotte immigrated to the United States from Nigeria in 1999) Nigerian cuisine for adventurous eaters in a tiny, 35-seat space with equally authentic décor. Try the egusi, a soup made from melons and tomato sauce, or fufu, a dumpling made from pounded grain. But the specialty here is the beef or chicken suya, or spiced grilled kabobs. Warne
Although the United States has the second-largest population of Nigerians, behind only Nigeria itself, Boston attracts comparatively few Nigerian immigrants, and Massachusetts is not even in the top 10 states of residence of Nigerian Americans.
Tuesday through Thursday, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Friday and Saturday, 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
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