There is nothing literally more frightening than the thought of going to bed with a hungry stomach. A buzzing stomach can send sleep away and make the hours before dawn seems longer than it is. You’d just be rolling about on your bed, wishing you’d had enough sense to leave the club earlier or went home straight after work. Wishes that won’t do anything to appease the growling lions in your stomach.
Don’t put yourself through that torture when you can avoid it. There are various restaurants in Abuja that are open round the clock. So if you find yourself hungry by midnight or close to midnight, head straight to any of these top 24 hours restaurants in Abuja and grab yourself some food:
Oceans 11 Seafood
Oceans 11 Seafood is one of the few restaurants in Abuja that specializes in seafood, and one top destination to head to whenever you crave for catfish, prawns or snails that are prepared in an African way. Oceans 11 is popular for its grilled and peppered seafood. Their doors are always open, no matter the time or day you visit, even on Sundays. Oceans 11 Seafood is situated at 135 Ademola Adetokunbo Crescent, Wuse 2, Abuja.
This eatery that makes very tasty and affordable burgers is also on Adetokunbo Ademola Street. What does this tell you? Ademola Adetokunbo crescent is the place to head straight to for a variety of late night food. Street Café is at 41 Adetokunbo Ademola Street, opp H Medix, Wuse 2.
Serendib Restaurant & Bar
No, not Wuse again; Serendib Restaurant & Bar is situated at Lake Crescent Hotel, 29 Umaru Dikko St, Jabi, Abuja. The serene neighbourhood where this restaurant is nestled in makes you feel relaxed. It is one of the top 24 hours restaurants in Abuja that has a variety of appetizing dishes on their menu. Even at odd hours of the night, you will still get freshly cooked African meals.
November Cubes have up to 7 locations scattered around different parts of Abuja. Their swallow dishes, rice, shawarma and BBQ chicken will definitely restore peace to your stomach during late hours of the night. One of November Cubes’ spot is at 46 Ademola Adetokunbo crescent.
Munch On Wheels
This is not your typical 4-star or 5-star restaurant. But let’s face it! At 1 am in the morning, when your stomach won’t stop buzzing, the only thing you care about is to fill your stomach with food. That your order is being served out of a cooler, placed on the floor of a truck won’t be your concern. You can get shawarma, fries, ribs and chicken wings and hotdog every day, from 6 pm to 4 am at Munch on Wheels. They usually park their truck opposite H-Medix in Wuse 2.