Trending video: Crowd queue to patronise Nigerian woman’s food business in Australia

A Nigerian food vendor is making waves in the consumables sector in Australia as she seems to have discovered the secret to making sumptuous meals that people love.

In a video making the rounds on social media, there was a cross section of Caucasian, African and Asian residents that gathered at her food spot to buy Nigerian meals.

Crowd queue to patronise Nigerian woman's food business in Australia

The woman’s food stall is called ‘Elevated Kitchen’, and she could be seen serving a variety of dishes to customers who were eager to get a taste.

A Twitter user @_callmebekky who reposted it on the microblogging platform, expressed surprise; “People actually queue for her food in Australia. Guess she’s the best cook 🧑‍🍳”

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@adeniyishipson; See orderliness, no be for naija. One werey go just come from nowhere and scatter the line

@DipoPopson; Let this happen in any part of Nigeria you will hear how people have been subjected to poverty and are now begging for food to survive.

@leoleoqueen; Only a Yoruba chef can pull a crowd like this. Only Yoruba food can pull a crowd like this. It’s very evident in most areas of Nigeria. If I wasn’t Yoruba I would be jealous too but will not be insulting and denigrating them bcos I am jealous.

In other news…

A Nigerian lady simply known as Oyindamola has taken to Twitter to reveal how she played a guy who wanted her to cook at his place.

She said she was visiting him for the first time and he gave her the house key as well as money to buy food stuff.

According to her, the man asked her to come back the next day and use to money to buy meat and pepper which she would use to cook before he comes back from work.

However, she decided to go back home because she was not comfortable with the idea of cooking, so she dropped his house key under the mattress and on her way back, she used the cash to buy food for herself instead of returning it to him.

Oyindamola wrote; ”I visited this guy for the first time and he gave me his house key and money 😂😂he said I should come the second day and buy pepper and meat so I can cook before he gets back from work 💀😂 dropped the key under his mattress and used the money to buy food on my way home.”

Reacting, @emaryomeke; This is how some people miss intentional men, he probably saw you as someone he can end up with, you think is Everyman that will let you in their space and even want to eat your food.

@Tee_Classiquem1; Nothing is funny here, he gave you his house key and money to cook for him probably out of trust or something, it won’t take you anything to tell him you ain’t cooking for him and reject his money, coming here to post it on twitter with plenty laugh emojis is what i don’t get

@Ugobeck; He could be playing a loyalty test on you. If he is not,then he got some level of trust in you. A good conversation is clearly missing here. I see assumptions in conclusion without a conversation.

@BelMamacita; Loyalty test?? Dating wasn’t involved! And I told him several times that I’m not cooking, he didn’t listen. It almost became an argument! How will you trust someone you are seeing for the second time and you’ve only known for a week with your house key??