Is There a Difference Between Restaurant Nkwobi and Buka Nkwobi?

We've had this longstanding theory about local food: the dingier the joint, the better the food. From Mexican food in San Antonio to Amala in Surulere, this theory is held up for the most part. Not satisfied, we decided to put to proper scientific (read: make a video) testing.

For this experiment, we ordered Nkwobi from two places: a restaurant (Sao Cafe) and a buka ("Hole in the Wall" in VI). Then, we invited a couple of EDL readers as guinea pigs.

Can people really tell restaurant and buka nkwobi apart? Does cheaper = more authentic? Anyway, watch the video and find out. Don't forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel.