ISSELE UKU LADY, JUDITH TO UNVEIL ‘ADA ANIOMA AFRICAN RESTAURANT’ IN MALTA FEB 27
By Anthony Awunor
All is now set for grand launch of Ada Anioma African Restaurant billed to take place in Malta on the 27th of February, 2021.
With the unveiling, the place is expected to open for business at Ada Anioma African Restaurant located at Triq il-Gifen, BugibbaSt. Paul, IL-Bahar, Malta between the hours of 0800 -2330 Hrs (8am- 11:30pm) Tuesday-Sunday.
According to the proprietess of Ada Anioma African Restaurant, Judith Blessing Ejimadu, the eating place will not be opened on Mondays.
Judith from Issele Uku in Aniocha North of Delta State, Nigeria, has garnered a wealth of Industry experience in cooking business spanning decades. She has been on cooking show on Tv- “Lovin Malta”, a programme where she teaches Maltese viewing audience how to prepare Nigeria’s egusi soup and pounded Yam. That edition of the cooking show had one of the highest viewership rating in Malta.
Already, the U.K. based African Euro Hospitality group has reached out to the Management of Ada Anioma African Restaurant with a view to profiling the new restaurant in their upcoming event.
Judith is the twin sister of the President of Umu Anioma Foundation Malta, Mr Jude Amin Utulu; she has therefore, received her brother’s support and that of the members of the Umu Anioma Community in Malta.
As part of the preparation and with excitement, the announcement of the unveiling is already attracting many people who are jostling to be part of the introduction of this home of delicious African foods.
It was also gathered that Ada Anioma African Restaurant is taking off on a high note and has in stock all African foods such as egusi soup, nsala soup , okro soup , banga soup , ogbono soup, pounded yam, eba, plantain, porridge etc. All these foods are to be perfectly prepared and tantalizingly displayed for the enjoyment of the customers.
From all indications, lovers of delicious African foods in Malta do not need to look any further.
No doubt Ada Anioma African Restaurant seems to be the last bus stop for genuine lovers of African foods.