Here you get the real Nigeria meals, really delicious. Interior looks like a typical African place, Service is good but not outstanding. Bring cash when you go there or you have a local credit card.
Yellow Chilli, a simple small restaurant serving authentic Nigerian food, seems to be a favorite among locals. This place was almost full when I visited for dinner. We had Jollof rice, spicy snails, breaded prawns, and chapman drink. Jollof rice was too good, so was the Chapmandrink. Would definitely like to go again.
Decent place. Good food. Lots of varieties. Reasonably priced. Nothing posh though. A simple restaurant. Good place to visit with friends because you can let loose and have fun while waiting for your meal to be served. Certainly not a place to take a love interest or someone you want to impress
This is my favorite restaurant in Lagos. Offers a great variety of meals and also delivers quite efficiently. the staff is very friendly. My best meal is the Fisherman Pepper soup which I like with extra chilli. Memorable experience, will definitely come back whenever I am in Lagos
I have been to two branches in Lagos - Ikeja and Victoria Island Service wise - i prefer the one in Ikeja . But there Seafood Okra is on point
The local food was delicious and the portions were big. Service wasn't great and there seemed to be a lot of arguing between the staff which slowed everything down. Definitely recommend visiting though. Also recommended to book in advance at weekends as it was busy for lunch.