Nestled in the heart of Manchester is a Nigerian restaurant called Waly-Fay. The restaurant’s cuisine is mostly Nigerian, with influences from France, Portugal and North Africa. Popular foods from the menu include Accras de morue which are cod fritters that can be prepared with fish or vegetables and are served as an appetizer,
Boudins creoles which are sausages also served as starters, and Thiep bou dièn, which is Nigerian national dish that consists of rice, fish, tomato sauce, and vegetables such as cabbage, carrot and cassava. The restaurant’s other signature dish is Aloco, which consists of fried plantain chips served with fish dumplings and a citrus-tomato sauce.
An array of rums and wines are also served. A recent TripAdvisor review describes the setting as modern, and the prices value for money, adding “the food is good, I have tasted for the first time ndolé beef, plantains fries and hibiscus juice. I would recommend it to friends.”