Superb Dining in Lagos
Dining in Lagos can be truly inspiring. Savor Unique creations enhanced by impeccable services and stunning ambiance. Entice your appetite with choice fare fro a superior gourmet collection of fine restaurants. Whatever you choose, you can expect to enjoy the pinnacle of experiences.
Selected Fine Restaurants & Eateries
||Bangkok Restaurant Thai & other Asian food. Excellent, tasty food, good service and friendly owners. They also deliver takeaways to the islands.
||Bonsai Delicious (and deliciously expensive) sushi & other Japanese cuisine, with a strong wine list. The interior is pure Kyoto.
||Churras Churras, the first Brazilian restaurant in Lagos, opened in January 2006. Set in a circular space overlooking Five Cowrie Creek in the compound of The Lagoon Restaurant.
||Guaranga Vegetarian Restaurant - Operated by the local Hari Krishna community and is located in Apapa.
||Marco-Polo - The menu has a strong seafood bias, with Croaker, Prawns, Lobster, Crab and Squid all on offer in various forms.
||Piccolo Mondo - Specializes in upscale Italian style sandwiches and burgers. The ambience is clean and bright, with good service.
||Saipan is a bit of a treat.
||Tanjia is perhaps surprisingly the first Moroccan restaurant in Lagos. It was worth the wait. The interior is gorgeous, a real North African experience.
||Yellow Chili - Just about the most stylish place to eat Nigerian food on the Island. Lunchtimes draw a loyal crowd of professional types.
Other Eateries & Restaurants
- Ocean View, V.I.
- Chocolate Royal, V.I. - Pastries & Ice Cream
- Eko Meridien Hotel, V.I.
- Golden Gate Chinese Restaurant
For exceptional fare in non-formal local food and surroundings, the Lekki Peninsular/Ajah/Victoria Island/Ikoyi area offer a delightful menu of local and casual eateries. Treat yourself to innovative and eclectic dishes or superb comfort food. Each meal is as distinct as the surroundings in which it is savored.
Casual & Local Restaurants and Eateries
- Mr. Biggs
- Sweet Sensation
- Mega Plaza, V.I.
- Alesh Hotel, Ajah
Credits - Portions culled from www.lagoslive.com