Suya is one of the most popular street foods in Nigeria. This spicy treat is made from beef or chicken and literally rules naija streets at night from its throne of wire mesh and burning coals.

So, here’s our list of the top 5 suya spots around Lagos!


University of Suya, Ikeja

62 Allen Ave, Allen, Ikeja

Top 5 suya spots around Lagos

You simply cannot talk about suya in Lagos without mentioning The University of Suya. The suya here is exceptional and comes in different shapes and sizes. Plus, you get a degree for eating it – B.A Suya Eating (Hons)!

Glover Court Suya, Ikoyi

Glover Court, off Glover Road, Ikoyi, Lagos

Top 5 suya spots around Lagos

If a business has been around for two decades, they must be doing something right. Glover Court Suya is for big boys who want to enjoy suya the real way. It’s simply delish. I mean, seriously, just look at the picture…

Suya Spot, Mende

3 Sunmola Street, Maryland, Lagos


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The word on the street is that the suya at Suya Spot in Mende is topnotch. What we don’t know, however, is why you’ve not tried it. This is arguably the best suya spot on the entire Lagos mainland.

Polo Club Suya, Ikoyi

6 Polo Road, Ikoyi, Lagos

Top 5 suya spots around Lagos

It appears the Polo Club isn’t just famous for the Sport of Kings. They make excellent suya, too! Hop into Polo Club, Ikoyi to explore the regal side of suya.

IBB Suya Spot, Victoria Island

Ahmadu Bello Way, Victoria Island, Lagos

Popular suya spot in Lagos

We know how good suya should taste, and so does IBB Suya Spot. Clearly, there’s something about this suya that will make you want more. It’s the perfect treat to wash down with some cold drinks every night.

Do you know any other cool suya spot in Lagos? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments.


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  1. Mortgage Phone Number November 21, 2018 at 12:29 pm Reply

    I Love Suya

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