With the thought and craving for pounded yam after a long day, my friend and I decided to visit Native Bukka as it was the nearest restaurant from the Hilton. Standing tall amongst cooperate organisation at Usuma street off busy Gana street maitama with UBA counting millions for animals to consume opp it (laugh). We were welcomed in with a pleasant smell from the door, the AC chilling at the right temperature, a nice lady brought the menu and it's like she read our minds and suggested fisherman's okro soup with pounded yam, you all know what goes in my glass right? Lemon but this times around there wasn't ice, expected time for food was set at 10mints but it took 20mints which was fine. Food came inviting making us salivating I thought the pounded yam was small but the soup was beautiful and much. Hmmm the soup Abi? Very rich, well cooked with the right native ingredients it had crabs, prawns, shrimps, fish, snails, periwinkle in the shell and many without the shell. Did you know periwinkle is rich in vitamin C? I know you all didn't know but you are always welcome. Every bite was a soothing sensation, I was very impressed with the crab and the periwinkles the seasoning went down into the shell. However I had a few worries at the same time instead of hand wash we were left with dish washing liquid as if our hands are Nigerian plates, one of the staff was cleaning the floor while we were still eating, now I found that rude and outrightly wrong and the Valentine adornment were still hanging. Be that as it may i would have loved to score Native Bukka higher the 6.5 but for obvious reasons I'm left with no choice but then I strongly recommend this place as its prices wouldn't break a bank. I hope to visit again soon.