Upon entrance to this place on Sunday July 7th around 3 p.m. we were greeted by a tall nicely dressed well-spoken gentleman, who escorted us to our table and seated us. first impression from the entrance of the restaurant to being seated was highly favorable and we were quite pleased. The table was set quite nicely and the menus on the table were very high-end and suited for the environment. Shortly, into our being seated at a table, the same waiter kindly asked to please allow ourselves to be escorted to a different table as there was a large party being expected where we were seated currently; we obliged. The food prices were comparable to the area, but were more reasonably priced than Abuja Cafe, located a mile or so down on the same street, Westheimer. As we studied the well put together menu, our waiter suggested that we try the coconut rice which we were very pleased to hear but since my husband had it the day before elsewhere he decided to try something on the menu presented today as this was our first visit to KomChop . We were served bottled water, which is customary at most Nigerian restaurants, but we both agreed that we would have preferred to have a nice glass pitcher of iced water or tea offered to pour into our glasses by the waiter OR the pitcher to be left on the table to use as we needed. The bottled water was a mismatch for the type of vibe this restaurant gave us. After ordering our food and about a 5 to 7 minute wait, we were pleasantly approached with a nicely arranged small platter of warm bread and pats of butter. Yum and unexpected! The expected party of guests slowly started making their way in and from that point on our service went down from a solid "9" to about a "2". The kind gentleman who had seated us and reseated us AND who had taken our order....was NO MORE! Within a matter of minutes of the larger parties guests being seated we started to see food, bread, water and full dishes of food being served at their table even though we had already been there over 15 minutes AFTER our order was placed. We waited for a total of 25 minutes for our food to be brought out and only MY dish came out because my husbands banga soup , pounded yam was not quite ready. So I was with plate in front of me for a full 10 minutes or better, as my husband had to watch me eat my beautifully presented, Jollif rice, Chicken, Spinach and plantains. Of course we ate off of the same plate so as to not have mine sitting getting cold. The food was nicely portioned on my elongated porcelain platter. .but it seriously lacked any taste!! Let me be clear, the flavor was wonderful; however there was no seasoning at all and it was almost unbearable to eat. Bland!!! My husband's food finally came out and he said that it was flavored very nicely but it needed salt as his too was very bland. We waited over 5 minutes from the time we requested salt until the time we received it. We watched three staff ( the main one was our waiter) attend to this one party of guests of 10, as we were only ever approached ONE other time buy a staff to check on us after my husband finally received his meal from that same waiter, we never again encountered HIM, the waiter, who originally took our order and seated us.... even upon leaving the establishment! On the way out I asked for the name of who our waiter was, and was NOT told his name but was told he is the Owner. Wow.