Nigerian cuisine is the fastest-growing segment of the city's African restaurant industry. Four places have recently opened—one in Queens, two in Brooklyn, and one where you'd least expect it, on Staten Island—while the number of Senegalese, Guinean, Ghanaian, and Ivory Coast establishments has remained relatively constant. Strictly speaking, New Combination is not completely new, but extensively expanded and improved from its previous digs around the corner on Clarkson Street. The current location looks like it might have been a Chili's or an Applebee's: two stories of seemingly new construction with a big modern interior and a menu that justifies the restaurant's name by offering American breakfasts, including grits, bagels, and cornflakes, along with fish-and-chips and Brit tonics such as Vitamalt,... More >>>