Ikoyi

Ikoyi restaurant uses British ingredients, putting their own modern twist into bringing Nigerian flavors, techniques and spice combinations to London.

Chef: Jeremy Chan
Tip: Menu changes often but the plantains and the crab jollof rice are hits and will hopefully be mainstay.

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Ikoyi

Buttermilk Plantain and Smoked Scotch Bonnet ($7)
Buttermilk Plantain and Smoked Scotch Bonnet ($7) – This dish has 36 ingredients. The roasted plantains are dusted in a dehydrated raspberry dust, then dipped in a fiery emulsion made with smoky Scotch Bonnet chili peppers, apple cider vinegar and lavender. Magic.
Dambu Nama and Whipped Bone Marrow Tart ($9)
Dambu Nama and Whipped Bone Marrow Tart ($9) – Pickles, red onion, and bone marrow whipped into a crème fraîche, held in a delicate bone-marrow tart, sprinkled with crispy, dehydrated Longhorn beef.
Monkfish, Banga Soup  and Citrus Asaro ($39)
Monkfish, Banga Soup and Citrus Asaro ($39)
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Mushroom Suya, Malted Barley and Pine ($19)
Turbot Roasted on the Bone, Mbongo, Okra ($80)
Turbot Roasted on the Bone, Mbongo, Okra ($80)
Turbot Roasted on the Bone, Mbongo, Okra ($80)
Turbot Roasted on the Bone, Mbongo, Okra ($80)
Turbot Head [off menu]
Lucky to get the turbot head!
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Gulder Lager, Nigerian Breweries PLC (Heineken), Nigeria
Kent Mango Ogbono, Buttermilk ($12)
Kent Mango Ogbono, Buttermilk ($12)
Groundnut and Zobo ($12)
Groundnut and Zobo ($12)

Ikoyi | London | 04/18/18

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Ikoyi |1 St James’s Market, St., London | 44 20 3583 4660

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