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Lagos, Nigeria Restaurants: Best Local Cuisine

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Lagos is one of the most populated cities in the world and is a melting pot of culture, therefore, it is also one of the mega locations in Africa for fine food. No matter what type of food you are craving, you can find it in Lagos.

Villa Medici

Villa Medici is one of the top places in Lagos for European culinary influences and is a favorite with locals and tourists alike. The menu has a French influence, including frogs’ legs and escargots for les hors d’oeurve. There are also fine wines to accompany your meal.

The Jazzhole

The Jazzhole is a great place to dine while escaping the buzz of the city but this is much more than a cafe. This is also an iconic record shop, and bookshop. The Jazzhole offers almost forty varieties of tea, served in individual tin teapots plus you can get fresh sandwiches. While dining you can listen to live jazz and soul performances.

The Yellow Chilli

The Yellow Chilli features traditional African dishes with a modern twist is one of Lagos’ newest restaurants, The Yellow Chilli menu offers exciting several options such as Isi-Ewu, and a yam pottage special with beef and snail. You can also get continental plates. The Yello Chilli combines the very best of local and international gastronomy. With several dining options, you are sure to find something you like at The Yellow Chilli.

Bottle’s Restaurant

If you are in the mood for some Mexican food Bottle’s Restaurant tops the list in Lagos. Bottle’s is known for their fajitas and frozen margaritas, Although the food is great the fun doesn’t stop there. You will also love the atmosphere of Old Mexico. With great food and the Mexican theme, you’ll feel like you’ve taken a trip to Mexico.

Eko Sky Restaurant and Lounge

If you are looking to take a break from the busy streets of Lagos, the Sky Restaurant and Lounge is a good place to check out. They offer fantastic views of the city and the Atlantic Ocean, along with great food. When you dine at the Sky Restaurant and Lounge you will have a menu selection that includes food from Nigerian, Asian, European and North American. To complement your dinner they offer an array of fine wines. The great food and relaxing atmosphere should be this restaurant a the top of your places to try while visiting Nigeria.


Bungalow Restaurant

If you are looking for something comfortable but modern, you can’t beat the Bungalow Restaurant. They have been serving some of the best food in Lagos since 2004. The Bungalow’s menu includes everything from pizzas to burgers, and crepes, as well as fajitas. If you want some music with your meal, they feature live jazz music every Thursday. This is where you go when you love local food but are getting homesick for a good old-fashioned pizza.

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