Rave reviews have continued to trail the operation of a Nigerian family-orientated restaurant known as ‘Ruth’s Buka’ in faraway United States of America in Foothill Boulevard, Oakland, California as a result of its unique offering of Nigerian home-made cuisines.

Accolades poured in from people on social media and the restaurant’s website on how good the joint is showcasing the Nigerian culinary culture to the world and thus putting the country on the world’s map as a possible destination for good food.

According to the owner and founder, Ruth Ejuwa, a professional America-based, Nigerian caterer from Delta State, Ruth’s Buka is a family-oriented food from The Root restaurant, started in an average garage of her home and catering for various people throughout the Bay Area.

“We are an authentic family-oriented restaurant. Every spice we use to make our delicious food at Ruth’s Buka are from back home in Nigeria that will make you miss home once you take a bite,” says Ruth Ejuwa.

@gardenia commented: “ The food is all so amazing! I stick to what we make at home, jollof rice, rice, efo, plantains, beef stew and fufu. The beef chunks are meaty and flavourful, the jollof is fluffy and not soggy at all, the plantains are cooked well and not dry, and the efo compliments everything so well. Returning and recommending,” on the restaurant’s website while people are implored to drop comments and criticism on the menu.

Another reviewer said: “After discovering my ancestral roots at 23 and wanting to experience the West African food culture. I googled a few places and the family chose Ruth’s Buka. When we walked in it was very welcoming and the music gave the dopest vibe.

“The young lady behind the counter was very beautiful and patient with us as we decided on what we wanted. The food was attractive to the eyes and nose and the prices were very affordable. We got a lot for the price and I also liked the way they accommodated us.”