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Meet the Contestants of StreetFoodzNaija Season 4 – Who will be crowned the King?

 

This season, we have selected 18 contestants from three geo-political zones in Nigeria: Southwest, South-South and North Central.

They will compete for the title of the King of Street Food and a cash prize of N10  million.

Meet the contestants below and get ready for an exciting and delicious journey of street food

I’m the founder and chef of Mama Bole, a street food business that offers authentic Port-Harcourt bole and fish, as well as other street food staples and grills. I started my business in 2022 with a vision of changing the narrative about street food and making it globally recognized. I believe that Nigerian street food has a unique flavor and culture that deserves to be celebrated and shared with the world. I use fresh and quality ingredients to prepare my dishes, and I always strive to satisfy my customers with delicious and affordable food. I’m passionate about cooking and learning new skills, and I hope to grow my business and reach more people with my food. Mama Bole is more than just a street food business, it’s a way of life.

I’m Inu-Akuetiemhe Maria, but you can call me Chef Philia. I’m the owner and chef of The Relish Cubo, a business that focuses on redefining African cuisine and changing the bad narrative of street food. I love cooking and experimenting with different flavors and ingredients, and I always aim to deliver delicious and enjoyable food to my customers.

I’m the founder and chef of Chefdiam Cuisine, a catering brand that has over a decade of experience in serving the party needs of our clients. I’m passionate and love food, and I inherited this legacy from my mom. I cook delicious and mouthwatering delicacies that have become the brand’s identity, and I offer a wide range of services that include national and continental cuisines, grills, cakes, finger foods, cocktail and mocktail drinks, local drinks, yogurt and parfait, snacks and many more. I’m creative and elegant in my presentation, and I always strive to satisfy my clients with my prolific and quality services. I’m dedicated and committed to my work, and I have a lot of experience in the catering industry. I’m grateful to God for His grace and favor in my journey. My motto is “A Relishing Taste of Passion”.

Hello, my name is Elizabeth Odii, or Lizzy for short. I run Lizzy Indomie Kitchen, a street food business that offers noodles with yam and egg sauce.  I have a passion for cooking and serving delicious and affordable food to my customers. I have been in the street food business for five years, and I enjoy every moment of it. I’m also a single mom of four kids, and I work hard to provide for them with my street food business. I’m proud of myself and my work, and I have a vision of expanding my business and reaching more people with my food. Lizzy Indomie Kitchen is more than just a business, it’s a family.

My name is Sebastine Udo David, and I run de_seb_gourment, an online street food business that offers a variety of tasty and affordable dishes.  I make some of the best street food in Abuja, such as bolle and fish, small chops, shawarma and sandwiches, native rice and spaghetti, Banga rice, Banga soup, seafood okra, fisher soup, stir fry noodles, local jollof rice and coconut rice, and more. I’m passionate about cooking and I aspire to be a renowned chef. de_seb_gourment is more than just a business, it’s a passion.

Hello, I’m Lisa Ice, the owner and chef of Lisa Ice, a street food business that caters to all age brackets. I’m passionate about cooking and serving delicious and healthy meals that fit into street acceptance. You can enjoy my services like yam chips, stir fry meals, shawarma, small chops, and hot meals, all prepared in the most hygienic and safe way possible. And don’t forget to try my signature cocktails and mocktails, they are refreshing and satisfying. I value my customers’ responsibility and relationship, and I always aim to fill their bellies with quality and quantity. I have been a devoted business owner since day one, and I’m bothered by the hunger problem in the world. I have a lot of experience and hard work in the street food industry, and I’m glad that I can cater for a wide range of customers. I’m encouraged to do more and reach out better, and I hope to have an outlet someday. Lisa Ice is not just a business, it’s a passion.

I’m Prince Tosin James, the owner and chef of T-friez Kitchen, a street food business that offers the best fries you can ever see in mainland. I cook and serve delicious and crispy Dundu, fried potatoes, fried fish, chicken, plantain, puff puff, spring roll, samosa, and special pomo sauce. You can find me on Instagram [@tfriezkitchen], Facebook [T-friez Kitchen], or email me at [tfriezkitchen@gmail.com]. I’m passionate about frying and serving quality and affordable food to my customers. I hope you enjoy my food and my story, and I look forward to seeing you at T-friez Kitchen.

I’m Adegbite Abidemi, the founder and owner of Enthral Kitchen, a street food business that specializes in unique Naija street food Afro-fusion. I’m located at Idowu Taylor Victoria Island Lagos, and I offer delivery, pickup, event catering, and pop-up services. I’m passionate about elevating the Naija street food business and creating delicious and diverse dishes for my customers. You can follow me on Instagram [@enthral_kitchen] or email me at [enthralkitchen@gmail.com] to order your food or make inquiries. Enthral Kitchen is not just a business, it’s a culture.

Hi, I’m the founder and head chef of ChawBox Bistros, an Afrocentric street food brand that offers tasty and delicious meals with a unique and creative menu. I’m a creative director from Osun state, and I have a passion for cooking and serving African dishes with a blend of continental dishes. You can enjoy my specially curated meals that put a balance between the boujee and sophisticated Nigerian meals and the local street foods, such as my signature Suya Pasta, Ikoyi Fries, Suya Rice and my Special Bbq.

I’m based in Lagos, and I have fed more than 20,000 people across Nigeria. I have also vended at some of the biggest food exhibitions and festivals in Nigeria, such as Gtco Food & Drinks, Lagos Food Festival, Ibadan Food and Comedy Fest, African Food Festivals and many others. I aspire to someday be like Mc Donald’s, and I pride myself in being mostly regarded as African’s McDonald’s. I see myself as one of the fastest growing African restaurants, and I hope to have multiple outlets across Nigeria and the world.

ChawBox Bistros is not just a brand, it’s a culture.

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