Food lovers can explore the flavours of Africa when a chain opens its latest branch.

Fresh from celebrating Nigerian Independence Day on Sunday (October 1) Tasty African Food will be launching its 27th branch in Lordship Lane on October 2.

Founded in Woolwich in 2000, the chain is extending an invitation to all food lovers, adventure seekers, and culture enthusiasts to join it, whether they are a connoisseur of African cuisine or someone curious to explore the rich tapestry of flavours.

Enfield Independent: Inside Tasty African Food in Lordship Lane, TottenhamInside Tasty African Food in Lordship Lane, Tottenham (Image: Tasty African Food)

Run by franchise owner Dolly Alao, the restaurant will be serving recipes of traditional African dishes developed over 25 years.

Dishes include Jollof rice - a West African seasoned rice favourite cooked in spicy, smoky tomato stew.

Enfield Independent: Jollof riceJollof rice (Image: Tasty African Food)

There is also fried rice - a medley of seasoned rice, vegetables, shrimp and liver pieces.

Also on the menu are meat pies - soft pastry with a minced beef and vegetable filling.

Enfield Independent: Meat piesMeat pies (Image: Tasty African Food)

And for those looking for a sweet treat there is puff puff - a popular Nigerian snack, deep fried similarly to doughnuts.

Enfield Independent: Puff puffPuff puff (Image: Tasty African Food)Customers will be able to order by walking in or by delivery and click & collect through the Tasty African Food app, as well as Uber Eats & Deliveroo.

The branch is at 22 Lordship Lane. Opening times are 12pm to 9pm, Monday to Saturday.