They are no longer is business. I like there food. Delicious, tasty and different. Africa is the root of many foods.
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I stopped into Baku's for a late lunch after taking a hike on a summer day. I'm vegetarian so I ordered the "Signature Jollof Rice, Beans and Vegetables" for a mere $5.95 and a glass of "Super Spicy Ginger Beer." The owner made everything to...More
I wasn't very hungry, but I was with a small group who was, and I enjoyed the food here anyway. The chicken was cooked to absolute perfection, moist, tender, very flavorful---yet not fried, but stewed. Savory side dishes and green beans also cooked to the...More
I had the pleasure of eating delicious food at Baku's with my co-workers. The owner was lovely. We felt link we were enjoying a meal in her home. I highly recommend going to Baku's
We wanted to try a restaurant with food you couldn't get in the dorms, thus ended up at this African (Nigerian) restaurant. At first, we were wary. It was early for dinner and we were the first customers. The lady who ran the restaurant was...More
We arrived about 7:30pm on a Saturday during winter break. Understandably the place was empty with the college students all out of town. There was one girl working and we took the menus over to the table area to pick out what we wanted to...More
Don't miss Baku's. I had never had Nigerian food before, and I had some doubts when we walked in, because the decor is very simple, and it's a one-woman show. However, when I peered over the counter and saw that everything was super-organized and freshly...More