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March 2, 2010

Found this place after i came across its flyer in church. was expecting thesame ol’ nija/ african setting restaurant but no this place is standard setter. motherland stands out…clean, food prepared on time, lots of variety, even suya. luved visiting and had to take my girlfriend with me the next time. keep the good wook up sabrina… lynxglobal services ..smyrna

March 3, 2010

Hilda Eke @ 7:30 pm #

Waoh! Sabina I love everything about Motherland Website. I love its greenery. It takes me down memory lane to our vegetable farms in Cameroon. I just can’t wait to come to Atlanta and eat some fufu and kahti-kahti. Motherland’s PUFF-PUFF receipe is great! Good Luck from Chicago!!!

March 4, 2010
March 9, 2010

Gladys @ 7:53 am #

Hi,
I just happened to come across your restaurant on Facebook and I am excited because I live in the Marietta area and we always have to drive out to Norcross or Stone Mountain for a nice African meal and then on top of that experience bad customer service sometimes.
I plan to bring my family to your restaurant to see for myself. Thank you for your great efforts and much success to your business.

Florence Wanda @ 9:39 am #

I am a fan of motherland spices blends. I don’t have the privilege of living in Atlanta and visiting the Motherland kichen restaurant. Here is what I did. I bought most of the spice blends from motherland kitchen and use it in my kitchen. I love all the spices. My time in the kitchen has been reduce tremendously since I started using these spices. No more guesing or second guesing if I used the right spices. If I need authentic African pepper soup, I just pull out the pepper soup spice blends and follow Sabina’s recipe and My family and friends are happy with the meal.

March 10, 2010

Miss Neh @ 10:02 am #

I am a fan of this restaurant- great food always! I have tried them all….I love the fact that she uses only olive and palm oil.

Keep up the GREAT WORK CHEF Sabine.

Funmbi Akinluyi @ 12:58 pm #

In setting up Motherland Kitchen, Ms Sabina has created a great eatery, with a variety of dishes each one of them expertly cooked to mouth watering perfection. I have tried a lot of the dishes, and none of them disappoints. Spread the word.

March 12, 2010

Jeff Hopeck @ 1:25 pm #

“Regardless of the distance it takes you to travel, Motherland Kitchen is a must-visit Authentic African Restaurant. Sabina cooks the food with such passion… such enthusiasm! I would like to recommend a particular item for you to order, but every single menu item is amazing. If I had to pick, my heart leans to the goat stew… but Jerk Chicken is right there with it.

This Restaurant will be a staple to the Marietta community, and I can even see this becoming a massive franchise some day. Thanks Sabina for taking the leap of faith and bringing the best-ever Authentic African Cuisine to the Marietta, GA community!”

Tiajuana L Robinson @ 1:28 pm #

If you enjoy the taste of new foods from around the world, look no further!! The Motherland Kitchen brings a little piece of Africa here to Atlanta. Conveniently located off of Windy Hill, this spot offers a plethora of spices that are sure to keep you coming back. Great Service + Great Food= A repeat customer.

Tarbinlam Lafon @ 1:33 pm #

“Well, I had dinner here on Feb. 5, 2010 with four other friends. Although I already know the owner, my unbiased review is as follows:
* Cleanliness: 5 out of 5
* Time waited from order to eating: About 15 mins (tough to beat for African food)
* Food Quality: 5 out of 5
* Range of Food choices: Very wide (5 over 5)
* Food Price: Very affordable
CONS: I wish I lived closer!! I live in Jersey, so I can’t visit her as much as I want! If you are in Marietta and want very good, healthy African food, this is a “must visit”!! You won’t regret it… I didn’t.” -Tarbinlam Lafon, African Cuisine Enthusiast

Azukah Edah @ 1:34 pm #

Nice! I might just see you this weekend. I’ll spread the word!

Trazanna Dodd @ 1:35 pm #

“Hi, my friend and I visited Sunday 2/14 and loved it! You provide great service and food. Thanks and see you again soon.”

March 13, 2010

Abby Wynne @ 4:47 pm #

Sis. Sabina,
I just wanted to thank you for the great service I received when I ordered MammyDoro Spices. Delivery was prompt and I’m ready enjoying the fish spices. I’ve shared some with my friends and family here in Houston and they are loving it as well. I will definitely be ordering some more.

Magdalena @ 6:09 pm #

I love your food especially soya and eru.

March 20, 2010

Tia and Jason @ 4:19 pm #

YES!!!! My husband and I ate there today and the food was awesome!!! I had the oxtail stew, plantains, and white rice and my hubby had khati khati with yellow rice. Boy oh, boy, oh boy!!! MMMM MMMM MMM Good!!!
The food was excellent and the service was too. The place was very clean and the food was served super quick considering the type of dishes served there. I was expecting about a 30 min or so wait, but we got our food between 15 and 20 minutes. I HIGHLY recommend this place and we are letting all of our family and friend know about this hidden diamond in Marietta.
We will certainly most certainly be back there to eat again and again. :)

April 1, 2010

Miss B @ 10:51 pm #

Superb venue. I was very impressed by the decor and cleanliness the first time i walked through the door. For the first time In America I had walked into a decent African restaurant. Good food, nice hang out spot, with a very friendly and warm owner/manager.

April 4, 2010

Nina Ijere Ndukwe @ 3:03 pm #

This review is indeed long over due!! After my meal today, I made up my mind to remember to share how great of a cook and person you are! I love your greens, your goat meat, Egusi soup…and not forgeting my favorite well seasoned baked fish with your HOT HOT home made habanero hotpepper sauce! Thanks for cooking with passion, it transcends…You are simply awesome!!

Folks, if you are looking for an authentic african restaurant; be it Nigerian, Cameroon, Sierra Leone… to mention a few, you got you one in Motherland Kitchen! Not only is the food DELICIOUSLY made, the restaurant is CLEAN 24/7 and the restroom is always CLEAN (which is a huge thumbs up from me)And to cap it all, Sabina, the owner, is so friendly and warm with great customer service who derives great pleasure watching her customers savoy their food with great excitement and satisfaction!

Please stay open for us oooo, whatever it takes! You help me maintain my looks being sure that I can find good and healthy eats at your restaurant! You bet you will see more of me…Enuff said :-)

April 7, 2010

Oh Sabina, what a wonderful experience meeting you and eating your food has been!!! The goat stew just melts in your mouth. The greens are to die for! And the fried plantains and moi moi…oh my, my, my!!! I am so pleased that Steve sent me to The Motherland Kitchen! I will be back again and again.

Much Continued Success!!

Lisa

April 18, 2010

emelda beri @ 8:09 pm #

Congrats Auntie Sabina…I will pass it on to my friends and whenever in GA, u will see me there.

April 19, 2010

E.White @ 4:31 pm #

I just visited Motherland and the food is wonderful!! It was authentic and delicious and I will definitely be going back as soon as I can, the food is just too good for words. I recommend this restaurant to anyone wanting authentic, delicious african food!!!!

May 14, 2010

Yong @ 5:33 am #

I am from Korea. My African friend took me here for lunch. I have never eaten African food before but I really enjoyed my food at this place. I did not know how the food was going to be but I ate rice and oxtail stew, it was really good. I finished a large plate. The food was good.Go try.

May 17, 2010

Aneetah @ 9:05 pm #

I was 39wks n 3 days pregnant when i walked into motherland kitchen for the 1st time. I had a plate of pounded yam and egusi soup. it was delicious and truly satisfying. so satisfying i went into labour that night. Motherland kitchen is great.i tried it out and have been hooked ever since.

June 1, 2010

Candida S. @ 6:20 pm #

Hello, just wanted to stop by and show you some love….I enjoyed my collards chicken and rice dish…I spoke with my bestfriend, who is from Liberia, today…I told her about your resturant and she is excited to hear that there is an African resturant in Cobb, she said when she visits the next time she will come eat!!! It was so nice talking to you, thanks for taking the time out to tell me the wonderful things about your country, I will see you very soon!!!!

God Bless!!!!

June 7, 2010

Kezia D. @ 3:31 am #

Thanks Sabina for the wonderful meal! I went to the Motherland Kitchen for the first time yesterday with a friend and the food was excellent. I had the Egusi Soup with pounded yam and my friend ordered the Kahti Kahti (bbq chicken in palm oil) with rice and the most DELICIOUS greens EVER. She does not over cook her greens by boiling them in water until they are limp and dark in color. The greens are GREEN in color and taste fresh, yet savory. The place is very clean and Sabina is extremely friendly. She gave us a sample of “Goat 101″ to go and I ate half of it before I left the restaurant! If you love Goat, you have got to try the Goat 101…it is SO GOOD. I will definitely be going back!

Dana @ 8:09 pm #

Today was my first visit to “MOTHERLAND KITCHEN” authentic African cuisine. The food was exceptionally well prepared! I would recommend this restaurant to all who desires a great home cook meal, because this is the place to go (if you like the taste of African food). I ordered Edika Ikong and Yam FuFu; those two dishes were absolutely delicious. I will be going back to try something different, until I taste every dish from the menu. And that’s serious business.

June 8, 2010

Yvonne Shyntum @ 9:59 am #

I used to think Sabina’s cooking was out of this world. I still do, but then, I was amzed when she turned out the same quality of food for a wedding of 350 people. Many people can lay claim to some well spiced food in small quantities. Very very few people can lay claim to an ability to provide well spiced and delicious food in such large quantities. Motherland kitchen is the place to go if you are looking to serve your event guests with delicious and tasty food!

June 13, 2010

Farai @ 5:26 pm #

10 years away from home I am glad to have found the motherland kitchen with real African cuisine. The jerk chicken, rice and plantains where super! Just like mom makes it back home, can’t wait to try the goat next time. Go have a good time especially during this world cup!

June 29, 2010

I purchased the ekwang spice from motherland kitchen and decided to use it right away. My children loved it. They loved the taste. My son asked me…”mom, what did you put in it. It is delicious.” When my children went to Cameroon, their favorite dish was ekwang.
You cannot go wrong with ekwang especially if you have young children who don’t like eating our african food.
For ekwang recipe…please contact Motherland Kitchen.

July 12, 2010

Mark R @ 4:57 am #

Noticed Motherland’s sign while coming out of the parking lot across the street and have been looking for some good soul food near the Cumberland mall area. I stopped in, ordered a small take out dish, and planned on taking it home to give it a try. I noticed Sabina left the lid of the take-out box open when she put it on the counter – and after getting a whiff of the spices she used on her “triple greens”, I then realized why. After that smell, I had to have one bite before getting back into traffic going home. As soon as I took a bite, WOW !!! I said to Sabina, and showed her how the hairs were standing up on my arm. Even as a southern Alabama boy growing up on greens picked straight from the garden, I was instantly “hooked”. We then stood and talked at the counter until every last bite was gone – never even took the time to sit down :) There was no way I could have sat in traffic with greens smelling / tasting that good all the way home to Kennesaw. Sabina, I’ll be back real soon!!!

July 13, 2010

Elly @ 9:46 pm #

We went today and just LOVED the food at Motherland Restaurant. Everything was delicious, so I recommend giving it a try – even if you have never had African food before! The owner Sabina was warm, friendly and helpful. And an amazing chef!! We will be back soon as I plan on trying everything on the menu! Yes, everything!

July 14, 2010

Yasemin @ 8:54 am #

Last night I took my kids to “Motherland” and was very pleasantly surprised. The food was super fresh and Sabina, the owner, was extremely helpful in suggesting dishes that my children would like. My 11 year old daughter fell in LOVE with the Peppersoup with Goat and the Jellof Rice with Oxtail was a huge hit with my 9 yr old son. He said “it was the BEST FOOD EVER”. Personally, I enjoyed the peanut butter stew and oat fufu the most. All the prices are reasonable, the atmosphere was very nice and I would highly recommend Motherland to anyone who is interested in authentic West African cuisine or Vegetarian dishes. WE LOVED IT!!!!!

August 2, 2010

Elly @ 1:28 pm #

I took a group to eat at Motherland Restaurant and they all LOVED the food. We tried several dishes and even though the group came from many different countries (Germany, Kenya, America, Czechoslovakia, Ghana), everyone loved it and we polished off everything Madame Sabina cooked for us. SIMPLY DELICIOUS!!

August 4, 2010

I Prince Majestic @ 6:20 pm #

I was just there today and I must say I wish I had discovered this place a long time ago! The food was awesome and I am still on a full stomach hours after eating there.

Alot of the exotic spices are new to my tastebuds, but they really enjoyed those spices and will become accustomed as I see myself a future regular customer of this restaurant.

The food is authentic and the spices are vibrant. Wow! Good Stuff. The best Afrikan Resteraunt around Marietta!

IPM

August 9, 2010

Reggie W @ 10:46 am #

I’m hooked! The moi moi, n’dole, peanutbutter stew, jolof rice, everything that I’ve had there is great tasting & well prepared. It’s great too because I’m health conscious … even their fufu is made with oatmeal! I’m glad we’re blessed with this restaurant here in Marietta :)

August 12, 2010

I can sum up the experience by saying S-P-E-C-T-A-C-U-L-A-R. This African Restaurant is an enjoyable experience and the food is hmmm hmmmm good! Already tried the peanut butter stew, the greens, jerk chicken, and moi moi. Every one keeps getting better!!!! Great job, Sabina. We will be seeing a lot of you!

August 16, 2010

I just wanted to thank Sabina for her hospitality and her fresh cooking.
I was in Marrietta for training. The first day walking by a lady was sitting outside and was raving about how good the food was. The next day our instructor advised us to try the fried plantains. I and some classmates went there for lunch. I had the curry chicken with the fried plantains. Every one enjoyed the meal! I had to come back to try the peanutbutter stew that my colleague enjoyed. I was not disappointed. Prices are good and food is better. Very fresh and flavorful. I would recommend any one in the area to try it. I also recommend it to any one like myself who was looking for something unique. There are many more things I could keep going on about but the most important thing is that everything was fresh and made from scratch. Keep that in mind when you are looking for something to eat.

August 18, 2010

Jerk Chicken & Plantains … Peanut Butter Stew & White Rice! Or, wait how about the Oxtail stew? I can’t make up my mind when I go here. The food is soooooo amazing. And Sabina makes the experience that much more enjoyable!!!

September 15, 2010

abt3183 @ 2:18 pm #

My husband and I were bored eating at the same places. So I typed in Google to see where there may be an African restaurant in our area. We looooooooved our food. I had the oxtails and he had the jerk chicken. She didn’t have any beef patties that day, but I work close by and plan to try those for lunch! I definitely recommend this place. The owner is from Cameroon and is soooo sweet.

Yasemin @ 2:19 pm #

Last night I took my kids to “the Motherland” and was very pleasantly surprised. The food was super fresh and Sabina, the owner was extremely helpful in suggesting dishes that my children would like. My 11 year old daughter fell in LOVE with the Peppersoup with Goat and the Jellof Rice with Oxtail was a huge hit with my 9 yr old son. Personally, I enjoyed the peanut butter stew and oat fufu the most. All the prices are reasonable, the atmosphere was very nice and I would highly recommend Motherland to anyone who is interested in authentic West African cuisine or Vegetarian dishes.
WE LOVED IT!!!!!

Salemaelli03 @ 2:19 pm #

Motherland has the most delicious food. Everything was excellent along with the service and the environment. If you’re looking for authentic African dishes prepared with fresh ingredients and wonderful flavors then Motherland is the place. The prices are affordable and the kids loved it too.

yshyntu @ 2:19 pm #

I couldn’t ask for a better place to get excellent food at very affordable prices. To say the least, I have not cooked my own food since motherland kitchen opened? Why bother, when I can get the best from Motherland Kitchen?

Nams @ 2:20 pm #

As the name implies, eating here is like eating from your mother’s pot – hot, delicious, finger-licking scrumptuous. HIghly recommended for a filling and healthy diet. For some of us who grew up with a lot of home-cooked meals, it is nostalgic. Enjoy!

October 4, 2010

opsinization @ 6:19 pm #

i cant wait to return here with my girlfriend. food is on point. this lady invested well. free wifi, cosy environment, BRILLIANT!!!!

October 26, 2010

Kissa @ 8:49 pm #

I LOVEEEEEEEE this place. I walked in by chance and I am so glad I did. I am a pescetarian (only eat seafood) and wasn’t sure what to get, the cook was so friendly and nice she changed one of the items on the menu, chicken DG, so I could have it. It was delicious! Instead of chicken she put salmon and shrimp. It was so flavorful and well made that even when I was full I couldn’t wait to be hungry again and finish. My friend had the jerk chicken and felt the same. We will definitely be back for more and recommend it to everyone.

December 20, 2010

Hilda Eke @ 1:49 pm #

ON YOUR FIRST ANNIVERSARY……..CONGRATULATIONS MOTHERLAND. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK. YOUR NAME IS ALL OVER THE INTERNET, EASY TO FIND…JUST GOOGLE IT AND YOU ARE RIGHT THERE. I STILL ORDER MUMMY DORO FISH AND PEPPER-SOUP SPICES ONLINE!!! THE TASTE REMINDS ME OF HOME.

December 25, 2010

Edward Fominyam @ 9:22 am #

Very good comments! Two thumps up Sibina. I will be in Atlanta sometimes before the close of the first quarter 2011 and surely, a STOP at Motherland is a MUST. See you then

January 22, 2011

Andrew Edwards @ 3:25 pm #

Hey, I thought the Peanut butter stew was great!
I think you’re a great cook!

March 7, 2011

Erica Williams @ 2:04 pm #

This past weekend I took my boyfriend to Motherland Kitchen for him to experience African food for the first time. He absolutely loved it! It was my second time eating at Motherland Kitchen and it was so good. Definitely try the Edikakong (3 greens). The cuts of meat she uses are excellent and her seasonings are ridiculously good! When I saw the amount of food we had – acheke, edikaikong, pounded yam, moi moi, plantains – I thought we would be able to take home leftovers, but no such luck! It was so good we finished it all. She uses a light palm oil so you don’t leave feeling heavy. All in all, I would like to see this restaurant gain a large following and be wildly successful!

March 12, 2011

Rachel @ 9:56 pm #

I just recent moved to Atlanta. I had been looking for fresh authenic west african food–Motherland Kitchen is the place. I had the pepper soup and egusi soup. I fall in love. My daughter had the okro soup and the pound yam fufu, she stated it tasted just as she remember from a young girl. Ms. Sabina keep up the good work. The astomosphere is very down to earth–clean and family oriented. I can’t wait for the next visit, my next adventure is the oxtail soup. Ms. Sabina thumbs up!

March 21, 2011

D'Andre Ware @ 8:22 am #

I love this place. The food is fresh and good. The owner is very gracious and concerned about folks with sugar issues. I encourage folks who have a interest in african food to come in and enjoy food made with love.

April 14, 2011

nchanji franklin @ 11:11 am #

I know you Aunty give them what they need teach the real Africana style

April 22, 2011

Busola @ 6:25 pm #

My family and I just had dinner at Motherland and my 6 year old daughter told Ms Sabina on the way out “woman, you sure can cook!”. This child is a very picky eater. We absolutely enjoyed every single meal and the food was ready in less than 20 mins. We had puff puff, pounded yam with edikinkong soup, grilled fish with fried plantain and white rice with peanut butter stew (at very reasonable prices too). We live out of town and will certainly be going back next time we are in town. She caters for events out of state too so I am very excited!

June 28, 2011

Kevin Vaughan @ 1:58 pm #

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July 2, 2011

gordon hicks @ 2:59 pm #

The moment i walked into motherland kitchen and spoke to sabina and tasted the delicious okra soup with oat fufu which she selected for me. I come to appreciate her knowledge of food as being medicinal, since i have been eating her cooking i feel so much better. THANKS for taking care of me Sabina

July 3, 2011

bashir Adamu @ 9:45 pm #

My wife found motherland kitchen on the internet and the experience has been very rewarding. my one year old daughter nadia ate and ate the delicious african meal of semo and okro without stop. We had to get some to go for her and ofcourse ourselves.

we honestly had a nice time. Thanks a lot Sabina.

August 8, 2011

Nicki Collins @ 8:42 am #

@lynxglobal services: I work for a catering and event company and had a bride and groom that wanted their wedding guests to enjoy delicious and authentic African food. I contacted Sabina to provide food for the event after the couple was blown away with the food in the restaurant. She was a pleasure to work with during the whole process. The groom was excited to have food just like his mother’s at his wedding! I will definitely call her the next time I need African cuisine. Thanks Sabina!

August 12, 2011

Where should I begin? I am the founder Seven Seas Recipes LLC. I was looking to find an authentic African restaraunt to try the food. How could I say I founded an informational website on international cuisine without atleast sampling food from each continent? Luckily, I found Motherland Kitchen! I am a very picky eater having spampled some of the world’s best cuisine. I was extremely pleased with the flavors and textures of the food. The rice and peas were seasoned and cooked to perfection! Also, the puff puff were a delicious addition to the meal. I definitely will be visiting Motherland Kitchen again and soon.

September 16, 2011

Eileen @ 4:20 pm #

Having a meal at Motherland is really more like having Lunch or Dinner as a guest in Ms. Sabinas house. She runs the place herself; cooking, cleaning, and serving. She doesn’t stop there, she gives good conversation and you will feel like you have known her forever. Her food is awesome. It is very fresh, and her spices really do the trick to everything. She will make your food however you want it, because she makes it for you, even the sides. She doesn’t use preservatives or MSG and cooks in Olive oil. She makes her own spices. She doens’t mix up different spices to make her own, but she MAKES them from ingredients from Africa! Try her Greens…they are a special kind of goodness. For chicken, the Curry Chicken was great, but the fish was a special treat. My four year old ate it all up and wanted more! Check her out. She is worth the drive.

September 30, 2011

Linda @ 6:58 am #

Hey Sabina!!! I stopped by from AL on Tuesday the 20th of September to get some of the wonderful cuisine!!!! You were not there, sorry I missed u!! I love the Casava Leaf and I only get it from u!!! I will be ordering some online!!!! Thanks!!!

October 12, 2011

Comfort @ 8:16 pm #

I had the pleasure of eating at Motherland Kitchen and it was really really good. If you are looking for a little taste of home or curious about African food, I recommend Motherland Kitchen! You don’t have to be in Atlanta, there’s shipping! So, enjoy all the African food you want!

October 29, 2011

E. Justilien @ 5:50 pm #

My sister told me about Motherland Kitchen, so we ate here 7 months ago. Sabina J. cooking has made me a platinum customer. (Weekly basis of having diner here.) My favorite dish is Koki Corn, 3-Greens and of course Fish DG, which is plantains, fish, and shrimps with her special ingredients. Me being from the islands, why not! I recommend all hungry eaters from every walk of life to eat at Motherland Kitchen with good service and home cooking from mother Africa “Sabina”. Has usual we always have friendly chat while the food is being prepared. Got to Love it! Thanks Sabina and I’ll be seeing you has always… Smile!… E.J

November 7, 2011

cackie1 @ 10:13 pm #

OMG!!!!!! I love Motherland kitchen. The food is great. She really knows how to bring the true flavor of food. Even my one year old couldnt get enough of this awesome. I will surely be coming back. She is so passionate about her food. If you have any questions she will take time out of her busy to answer them, and I love that. Most chefs never their kitchens but, Sabina does. I love her food and I love her passion.@lynxglobal services:

November 26, 2011

uwem @ 11:06 pm #

the food here is very very good. the woman really knows how to cook. i have ordered food here many times. I have eaten nigerian food all over america, and i can trully say this was the best.

December 7, 2011

Marto @ 1:05 pm #

Visited few days before thanksgiving with my whole family. The food was very good and well made with attention to very detail. This is one of the best in the country.

December 26, 2011

Kinda @ 3:15 pm #

I came in with my family and boy did we enjoy the food. My 4 yr old son a picky eater, ate most of his father’s food, we had to request a second helping! I would def recommend this restaurant to anyone looking for authentic African food.

January 9, 2012

Judy Harris @ 9:11 pm #

OMG!!!!! I had never had african food, but I am hooked. This young lady has hospitality out of this world, but better yet she cooks magnificently. We attended as a small party of 6-7 and everything came out piping hot, and cooked to order. I will visit The Motherland Kitchen whenever I go to Atlanta. I can only end on two words……….”SIMPLY DELICIOUS”!!!

January 22, 2012

Nwabunie Nwana @ 4:19 pm #

This is exactly what I have been looking for:)
With an extremely busy schedule like mine, I totally appreciate Ms. Sabina’s delicious variety of food items and warm hospitality. Keep up the good work, mummy Sabina.

March 29, 2012

Ena @ 7:17 pm #

I am getting ready to order MORE spices. These spices are incredible, cannot find anything like that anywhere else. More! More!

April 28, 2012

jyotsna @ 11:31 am #

Really GREAT Food….It is my First visit to this Restaurant… I and my Husband ordered for Goat Stew…with WHite rice….and Jerk Chicken ….Nice combination of Spices…It was really great food…..The hot sauce is SPICY …And Super Hot Tasty….!!!!UNLIKe the other food that we get IN USA…WITHOUT SPICEs and just Smoked….This place A Must Try For people who like Spices..favour and taste..
Best Food I had In Atlanta

April 29, 2012

Daniel A @ 6:17 pm #

I really had a wonderful time at the motherland kitchen.I have always boasted about African dishes to my wife. I was not let down.The food and services were awesome.I will spread the news about it when I return to North Dakota. Keep up the good work.you rock!!!

Taynya @ 6:34 pm #

Thank you for such wonderful food & service. I loved the pepper soup & peanut stew both delicious. Wish I lived closer but I will definitely will come back tieat here againto when I’m n town.

May 26, 2012

Christie @ 1:24 pm #

My first time eating African food was AMAZING…..I had the egusi soup, pepper soup, and oxtail stew. Madame Sabina was very hospitable. I will definitely eat here again, the next time I am visiting.

June 5, 2012

Joseph Mbonda @ 5:16 pm #

Mama Sabina, I lived most of my life in Mamfe, South west of Cameroon where fufu and eru originated. I believed that the Mamfe women are expert in fufu and eru until I ate yours. God has surely blessed you in cooking. Congratulations and keep it up

Evans @ 7:03 pm #

Had the pleasure of dining here with my wife during the Easter weekend. If you’re ever in the Atlanta area, please check out the this authentic african cooking. As a Nigerian, the food is as good as I have I’ve had and the quality is exceptional.
The restaurant has got my vote and I’ve told all friends and you will be seeing many more of my friends.
Please send the recipe for the Fish DG as promised.

July 28, 2012

Marcel Bagnanga @ 2:26 pm #

Well to tell yah, it took me a while to get to this restaurant but it was worthwhile. I enjoyed my fufu and ordered more rice to go. I will definitely bring someone with me next time I’m in Atlanta. I will share the experience back to Omaha NEBRASKA. Sabine was “mother like” u know! I like her

August 14, 2012

Frances Oh @ 5:19 pm #

This is not a feedback. I tried to e-mail you privately, but your e-mail link is broken and cannot redirect me.

My situation is: I am coming to your restaurant on Sunday with a group of people and would like to now know if I can find anything to eat when I get there. Please let know as early as you can so that I can decide whether to send my RSVP to the group or not.

I cannot eat any of these, their processed forms, or their by-products: corn, wheat and other grains, nuts, soy, seeds, and any vegetable oil (including CANOLA). I can eat only natural foods (fruits and vegetables) in their natural condition and boiled, fried, or baked rice, yam, plantain, and potatoes. The only oil I can tolerate is olive.

I cannot eat anything canned, packaged, or bottled because they contain corn syrup, soy, corn starch, emulsifiers, or citric acid and malt which can be made from corn. Thank you for your help.

August 19, 2012

Jermain Lewis @ 9:06 am #

Motherland Kitchen is by far the best African restaurant in Atlanta. I first came here on wednesday & been here two more timies this week. I am addicted to her cooking

March 12, 2014

Shira Asolefack @ 7:43 pm #

I want to thank you sooo much for coming up with the mail order idea. I am married to an African that is from Cameroon. My sister n law introduced me to Fufu and Eru. She has moved and my husband isn’t here yet to make the dish for me and where I live there are no African markets close by to purchase any of the ingredient. I have been wanting the dish soo bad that I began searching the internet for the ingredients. Low and behold I came across this website and seen that not only can I purchase what I wanted from here but it could be made fresh and mailed to me. I BECAME SOOOOO EXCITED ABOUT THIS. I contacted Motherland Kitchen, placed my order, and was shipped to me within a few days. The best part is how she kept in contacted with her customers to make sure the order was received and went ok. This is the best thing to ever have happen, for people like me that know nothing about making African dishes and for people like me that love African cuisines. By the way the food was awesome. I will be placing more orders with Motherland Kitchen. Hats off to you for a job well done.

January 18, 2017

Susan Walford @ 12:58 pm #

@Abby Wynne:
thank you for the great info!

@Kinda:
i’ll try this out sometime.

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