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#10YearsChallenge: Top food chains in Nigeria, then and now
What restaurants have stood the test of time?
Fast food used to be a huge part of entertainment back in the day. Outings used to mean going to the most popular food chain in town, buying a meal and sitting there to relax.
These restaurants put more efforts in making their restaurants as spacious and traditional as possible, with minimal effort in the actual food. With the exception of a few top restaurants who had an amazing item they were known for, most of the food sold at the various restaurants were mostly traditional, basic and indistinguishable.
The #10YearsChallenge takes us on a fun journey back 10 years, when these restaurants were actually in vogue:
1. Mr Bigg’s
Mr Bigg’s is the oldest fast food chain in Nigeria as it was founded by UAC Foods in 1973. It quickly became a top dog in the business all over the country and retained its position for years. Its fried chicken and meat pies were undefeated. Branches are still open and active all over the country.