List Of Trusted Amala Joints In Nigeria & Their Locations

This article is a comprehensive list of the trusted amala joints in Nigeria and their locations. A common dish among the Yoruba ethnic group in Nigeria’s south-western geopolitical zone is amala. It is made from cash crops such yam, cassava and unripe plantains. Yam tubers are cleaned, sliced, dried, and then blended to make a flour known as elubo. Amala gets its recognizable dark colour from yams, which are white in colour but turn brown when dried. Amala is a common side dish served with gbegiri, ewedu, and other soups like ila (okro soup), efo riro, and ogbono, to name a few, and it has also been exported to other parts of the country where it is enjoyed.

List Of Trusted Amala Joints In Nigeria & Their Locations

TYPES OF AMALA IN NIGERIA TODAY

The following are the types of amala in Nigeria today in no particular order:

YAM FLOUR (AMALA ISU)

The most popular kind of amala, called amala isu, is made from yams. Due to its high starch content, Dioscorea cayenensis (Ikoro) is the specific yam species that works best for making amala. Since yam is easily perishable, it is frequently dried and processed into flour. The flour can then be reconstituted with hot water to create a paste or gel known in Ghana and Togo as kokonte, and Nigeria as amala. Dry yam is used to make amala isu. When added to boiling water, this gives it a black or brownish colour. Amala is a significant source of carbohydrates and is particularly essential in West Africa’s yam zone.

CASSAVA FLOUR (AMALA LAFUN)

Cassava flour is used to make amala lafun. In Ghana and Nigeria, dried cassava flour is called as konkonte and lafun, respectively.

PLANTAIN FLOUR (AMALA OGEDE)

Elubo ogede is a different variety of Amala that is often lighter in colour. Diabetes patients can use plantain flour because of its low carbohydrate content. Peeled, dried, and grated unripe plantains are cooked into a light-brown paste in boiling water.

FULL LIST OF TRUSTED AMALA JOINTS IN NIGERIA AND THEIR LOCATIONS

The following is a comprehensive list of all trusted amala joints in Nigeria and their locations in no particular order:

  • Tunabim (Iyana Church, Iwo Road, Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Iya Bolu (Ope-meji Saw-mill, Oke-owa, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State)
  • Iya Yemisi (Rukuba Road, Jos, Plateau State)
  • Oyindamola (Coca Cola, Ilorin, Kwara State)
  • Iya Foyeke (Ogbomoso, Oyo State)
  • Iya Ibeji Idi kanga (Agbala, Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Iya Ibadan (Yidi Agodi-Gate, Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Mama T Adenike (LAUTECH, Ogbomoso, Oyo state)
  • Amala Polaris (Close to U.I. Gate, Ibadan)
  • Yakoyo (Oyo, Oyo State)
  • Fabris (Abeokuta, Ogun State)
  • Iya Ope (Oshodi, Lagos State)
  • Iya Mulika (Oshodi, Lagos State)
  • Village Kitchen (Tafawa Balewa Square, Racecourse, Lagos State)
  • White House (Sabo Yaba, Lagos State)
  • 2door (Mushin, Lagos State)
  • Mama No 1 (Under G, LAUTECH, Ogbomoso, Oyo State)
  • Mama Kasim (Akure, Ondo State)
  • Omo Olope (Ado-Ekiti, Ekiti State)
  • Yakoyo (Ita-Ore Ekiti Bypass, Ekiti State)
  • Iya Oyo (Katsina, Katsina State)
  • Iya Ayo (Sabongeri, Kano, Kano State)
  • University of Amala (Idimu, Lagos State)
  • Iya Bimbo (Itaoshin Garage, Abeokuta, Ogun State)
  • Embassy (Osogbo, Osun State)
  • Ojubo Ikun (Osogbo, Osun State)
  • Iya Kemi (Osogbo, Osun State)
  • Alhaji Joint (Osogbo, Osun State)
  • Yetty Mama (Osogbo, Osun State)
  • Iya Ibukun (Osogbo, Osun State)
  • Iya Niyi (Minna, Niger State)
  • Ikoh Allah (Ilorin, Kwara State)
  • Madam Saje (Refinery Road, Warri, Delta State)
  • Princess Food Canteen (Along Okene Road, Kogi State)
  • Amala joint (FUT Minna Back Gate, Niger State)
  • Omo Yoruba joint (Sapele, Delta State)
  • Olaiya Joint (Opposite FSS, UNILAG, Lagos State)
  • Olaiya Joint (Shitta, Surulere, Lagos State)
  • Iwe Iroyin joint (Abeokuta, Ogun State)
  • June 12 Canteen (Oke Owode, off police station, Ogbomoso, Oyo State)
  • Iya Adam (Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State)
  • Iya New Road (Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State)
  • Odoegbo (Ijebu-Ode, Ogun State)
  • Iya Moria (DLI, UNILAG, Lagos State)
  • Owodunni (Bariga, Lagos State)
  • Next Level (Oke Koto Agege, Lagos State)
  • Iya Alake (Maryland, Lagos State)
  • Oluwanishola (Minna, Niger State)
  • Lagos Kitchen (Ogbomoso, Oyo Road, Oyo State)
  • Oluwatobi (Oyo, Oyo State)
  • Eyitayo (Oyo, Oyo State)
  • Ajiwumi (Oyo, Oyo State)
  • Amalasogo (Oyo, Oyo State)
  • Iya Oyo (Wuye, FCT, Abuja)
  • Iya Ibadan (Jahi, FCT, Abuja)
  • Yakoyo (Kubwa, FCT, Abuja)
  • Iyabo (Kubwa, FCT, Abuja)
  • Amala Place (Jahi, FCT, Abuja)
  • Ojuelegba (Gwarimpa, FCT, Abuja)
  • Amala Spot (Ikenegbu Layout, Owerri, Imo State)
  • Iya Yusuf (Tanke, Ilorin, Kwara State)
  • Iya Amina (Olunlade, Opposite Michael Imoudu Institute, Ilorin, Kwara State)
  • Iya Bonnke (Iwe Irohin, Abeokuta, Ogun State)
  • Iya Sunday (Adigbe, Abeokuta, Ogun State)
  • Surulere Food Canteen (Abiola Way, Abeokuta, Ogun State)
  • Iya Morufa (Olorunsogo, Abeokuta, Ogun State)
  • Iya Mutiu ( Along Ogbomosho-Oyo Road, Ogbomoso, Oyo State)
  • Bush (Oyo State Secretariat, Oyo State)
  • Ola Mommy (Ojurin, Bodija, Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Mama Ope (Mokola, Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Ose Olohun (Bodija, Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Iyameta Farayola (Bodija, Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Thuraya (Yemetu, Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Bukkety (Osogbo, Osun State)
  • Amala Moyo Moyo (Offa, Kwara State)
  • Iya Gbolahan (Offa, Kwara State)
  • Iya Alamala (Ire Akari Junction, Soka Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Iyabeji (Adamawa State)
  • Canadah (Oyingbo, Ebute Metta East, Lagos State)
  • Opeyemi Bukateria (New Garage & Gbaji, Lagos State)
  • Iya Seki (Eleranigbe Toll Gate, Ibeju Lekki, Lagos State)
  • Ajandigi (Ojurin Akobo, Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Bibire (Sango/Apete, Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Alabede (WAEC junction, Apete, Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Iya Pari e, Formation, Iya Waliu, Fakosi (all at Iseyin, Oyo State)
  • Amoke (Bode Thomas, Surulere, Lagos State)
  • Iyadunni (Challenge, Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Iya Alayo Alamala (Ikirun, Osun State)
  • Iya Kuluwe (NTA Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Iya ร’jรณ (Akure Garage, Ondo State)
  • Iya Ayomide (Basorun, Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Alake Alamala (Ila Orangun, Osun State)
  • Better Life (Ajimutu along Akobo, Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Iya Saheed (Odo Oba, Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Fanawole (Iwo Road, Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Iya Adija (Ring road, Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Madam Tessie (Odole junction, Akure, Ondo State)
  • Iya Asabi (Jankara Market, Lagos State)
  • Ola Sheu (Pen Cinema, Agege, Lagos State)
  • Iya Dudu (Ogunpa, Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Iya Jide Itafaaji (Lagos Island, Lagos State)
  • Amala YAHOO (Ojota, Lagos State)
  • Iya Amala (Eleka, Port Harcourt, Rivers State)
  • Iya Saheed (Kara, Sagamu, Ogun State)
  • Alaga Foods (Abeokuta, Ogun State)
  • Iya Peter & Saudi (Bariga, Lagos State)
  • Abula Restaurant (Poly Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Iya Ashabi (Moshalashi, Alagbado, Lagos State)
  • Iya Noah (Egbeda, Lagos State)
  • Africana Amala (Ipaja, Lagos State)
  • Saudi Foods (Gbagada, Lagos State)
  • Iya Fatimo (Ikorodu, Lagos State)
  • Iya Salawe (Lagos Island, Lagos State)
  • Iya Amala Odogunyan (Ikorodu, Lagos State)
  • Amala Sport (Shomolu, Lagos State)
  • Iya Ilorin (Ikotun, Lagos State)
  • Amala Depot (Ilorin, Kwara State)
  • Moyinoluwa (Atan-Ota, Ogun State)
  • Miss T (Lokoja, Kogi State)
  • Adabaale (Airport junction, Alakia Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Iya Saki (Ilupeju, Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Iya Amoke Alamala (Custom, Iseyin, Oyo State)
  • Iya Ila (Molete, Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Iyekan (Alapere, Ketu, Lagos State)
  • OBELAWO (Sango, Ijoko Road, Ogun State)
  • Munukun (Odege, Odinjo, Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Amala Polaris (Igboora, Oyo State)
  • Iyalaje (Egbeda, Lagos State)
  • Iya Amala (Onihale, along Ifo, Ogun State)
  • Amala Skye (Bodija, Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Iya Oyo (Asikoro Road, Yenagoa, Bayelsa State)
  • Ina Straight (Mokola, Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Tawa Alamala (Iseyin, Oyo State)
  • Iya Aliyah (Oluyole, Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Ola’s Place (Uyo, Akwa Ibom State)
  • Iya Afin (Powa, Sango, Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Amala Hiltop (Hiltop Oke Mosan, Abeokuta, Ogun State)
  • Iya Ajadi (Oluyole, Apata, Ibadan, Oyo State)
  • Iya Ibeji (Osiri, Yenagoa, Bayelsa State)
  • Iya Oyo (Oke Ira, Ajah, Lekki, Lagos State).

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Maduawuchi Obialo

Maduawuchi Obialo is the founder of Nigerian Guide and the Editor-in-Chief at Nigerian Infopedia. He is a professional Web Content Developer and a Biochemist.

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  1. Omo! ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜ make I go find one close to me.

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