Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Top Restaurants in Lagos

Top Restaurants in Lagos

The Blowfish Hotel
17, oju Olobun Street, Off Idejo Street,
Victoria Island, Lagos.
+234 1463 1298 - 99

1296 Akin Adesola Street,
Victoria Island, Lagos.
Tel: 0803 403 0129

Radisson Blu Anchorage Hotel
Ozumba Mbadiwe Ave,
Victoria Island, Lagos.
Tel: 0708 061 0000

Mama Cass
Ajose Adeogun Street,
Victoria Island, Lagos.
Tel: 01 877 3120

Hillcrest Hotel
2 Afolabi Awosanya Street
Opebi, Ikeja, Lagos.
Tel: 01 270 6880

Piccolo Mondo Restaurant, Bar And Night C
19B, Plot 975, Idejo Street,
Off adeola Odeku Street,
Victoria Island, Lagos.
Tel: 01 792 7922

3zees Restaurant and Lounge
46b, Ogudu Road,
Ogudu. Lagos.
Tel: 234 08093366987, 012957277

is a high networking and flexible hangout spot that offers a range of entertainment and cuisine in 7 extremely different relaxing environments. It is a central joint, a community-oriented spot, a place with something for everyone and with special appeals to those who appreciate class and prestige. But the fact that best summarizes 3Zees is that there are 7 different lounges that offer 7 different experiences.


Bangkok Restaurant
Lagos, Nigeria
Restaurants › Thai

With the best Thai food in Lagos, the Bangkok is a treat. The cooks and waitresses are all Thai, and offer you a broad menu of fragrantly spiced dishes. Portions are very generous, and if you can't finish your meal, they're used to sending people home with a doggie bag.

Lagos, Nigeria
Restaurants › Indian

Vegetarians suffer a lot in Nigeria, but this Indian restaurant really comes to the rescue. With tasty and filling portions at good prices, the Sherlaton is generally considered to be the city's best curry option.

Double Four
Lagos, Nigeria
Restaurants › Lebanese

Offering mainly Lebanese dishes, the menu at Double Four tries to throw everything into the mix - Nigerian, Continental, a bit of Indian - so if you're unsure where to dine, this might be the place. It seems to work, as the place is always packed.

Museum Kitchen
Lagos, Nigeria
Restaurants › African

At the National Museum in Onikan you'll find the Musuem Kitchen, a good place to try traditional Nigerian cuisine. To the strains of local music, you can sample dishes like yam soup, pepper soup, fufu (fermented cassava), stockfish and snails.

Santa Fe
Lagos, Nigeria
Restaurants › Tex-mex

A splurge place by Ikoyi standards, Santa Fe sells Tex-Mex food and has décor that almost has you expecting a Nigerian John Wayne to walk in and slam his gun on the bar. The live band, sadly, doesn't play mariachi music.

Pat's Place
Lagos, Nigeria
Restaurants › Diner

Pat's is popular with expats, and serves excellent pizzas, hamburgers and British pub food like steak and kidney pie. It has a well-stocked selection of imported American and European beers, and occasional live bands.

Ocean View
Lagos, Nigeria
Restaurants › International

Almost on Bar Beach - the name is a bit of a misnomer really - this airy restaurant has lots of glass and a long bar kept cool under delicious air-con. The menu offers a mix of international dishes; steaks are good.

La Dolce Vita
Lagos, Nigeria
Restaurants › Italian

It's no surprise to find pasta and pizza on the menu in a place like this, with the setting evoking an old Italian bistro. Wash down well-cooked and appetising food with a good drop of red.

Lobster Pot
Lagos, Nigeria
Restaurants › Seafood

Next to Michael's Guesthouse, the Lobster Pot is the place to come for seafood. There's a wide selection, with the house speciality - lobster of course - worth a splurge.

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