New York Times has a good review on the NYC based Nigerian street food restaurant Brooklyn Suya. The restaurant was a pop up last August but leased a permanent space in the Crown Heights neighborhood this past February. The restaurant serves bowls that come with meat coated in a dry spice rub that’s dominated by ginger, peanuts and chiles, then charred on the grill and with a choice of sides including kale, creamy avocado and hard-boiled egg, and grilled ripe plantains. All these bowls need is a little Sheto :). We can't wait to try and encourage everyone to check it out.