Mrs Kays Kitchen llc

1534 W Jarvis Ave, Chicago
(773) 739-9309

Recent Reviews


Amazing food and service. Best Abula in

Atmosphere: 5

Food: 5

Service: 5

Recommended dishes: Pepper Soup Fish with Yam, Jollof Rice, Full Option Ogbono Soup, Fried Rice, Jollof Rice with Chicken, Vegan Efo Riro

Tashanae F.

This establishment is no longer open! The disappointment when we drove around trying to find it! The owner should remove the restaurant from internet and ordering apps!!

Olafuyi Alli Balogun

Very horrible restaurant. They gave me the wrong food without even calling

Atmosphere: 1

Food: 1

Service: 1

Ajikobi Richard

I came here on a business trip and decided to try out this Nigerian resturant. I am a confirm Nigerian Lagos boy living in the states and I’ve to say! This food was simply amazing!! Delicious, I tore it all apart in the car before getting to my hotel room. Money well spent.

Friday Ukeh

Please save your money. I was actually happy to discover this place, very close to my work. I went there this afternoon and spent $24 on pounded yam and fish. Most places sell their meal with 3 meats of your choice, maybe she felt I didn’t know , she added just one fish. The portion was extremely small. I actually called to speak to them about this but no one picked my call. I felt robbed of my money. This is the worst place I have ever stepped into. Please save your money. If you really want to try Nigerian food, there are other better places you will get value for your money

Bola Adekoya

Steaming Amala with Gbegiri and Ewedu.., you can’t have it better than this!?

Tee Whigh

A great place to get that awesome taste of abula. Customer service can be better though.

Atmosphere: 5

Food: 5

Service: 3

Jeannette Hutchinson

Absolutely love this spot.Thank you so much for delicious foods.Those who don't know foods take time to cook. Allow a 20-45min window or call first.Come enjoy Nigerian Food ??️ ?especially its now in the suburbs ?Vegetarian options: Egusi Soup no meat. Just ask if u don't want meat.Kid-friendliness: Beautiful and Clean. Plenty tables too.

Mister C.

Tad pricey compared to others around and inconsistent in taste, some are very good though.

Adewale Ojo

Delicious Amala with gbegiri and ewedu soup. Made my day! Thank you for prepping this with love!

O. Rasheed Enifeni

The ambience is great and the owner is a vibe!.

Adeleke Madein

A nice Nigerian restaurant in Chicago.

Damilare Balogun

The Abula is on point !!

Brianna P.

First time trying Nigerian food. The hostess/owner was delightful and helped us understand the menu. We both tried the lunch special for this month, Abula which was a spicy beef stew over mashed yam with jute leaves. The flavors were great and balanced each other nicely. The only thing that was a challenge for me was the slice of tripe, but I'm glad it was there to try. I will be glad to go back to try more of the menu!

Manisha Patel

Tried this place for the first time on a Sunday, I went in about 6pm ( restaurant is open until 8pm). They basically had just two options available. I can forgive that a little given the time I went in but that is still not an excuse for most of the options not to be available. I recommend closing earlier when you know you won't have most things. I proceeded to ordering the abula which was very yummy! While I was eating my food, a lady came from the kitchen and sat on the able next to me and she decided to get on the phone talking very loud and laughing. She completely disregarded that there was a customer trying to enjoy a decent meal. That really left a bad experience for me. No one ever came back to the table to ask us if we needed anything. Customer service was very close to none. My to go food was awful and tasteless. Don't bother with their fried rice or fish. Regardless of all of this, I tried to go another day and I called ahead of time (during the stated business hours on google). Someone picked up and told me to call back an hour later when the restaurant opens. Just update your hours on google so people don't have to waste time calling you.

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