Ask Eat.Drink.Lagos IX
FOLLY: LOL, everyone is trying to brand their chicken wraps as healthy huh?#fitfam. Crust & Cream has chicken wraps. I'm not sure if they are any good as I've never ordered it but maybe you could check it out for us ?
NOSA: I actually got theirs one time. I ate it the next day and it wasn't bad. It guacamole in it too. Now, I'm not sure if that really means anything but you can always be our guinea pig.
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FOLLY: Ooooh 21 is a big deal! Mine was rubbish, yours shouldn't be.
For starters, you might have to compromise a bit on affordability/coziness/food/drinks/desserts because right off the top of my head, most places in Lagos that combine all 5 usually are $$$.
That said, my pick for nice ambiance and great drinks is Posh Cafe. They have dessert but I'm not sure of the quality.
NOSA: Eh, you don't want to celebrate 21 at Posh Cafe. There's nothing too special about it.
FOLLY: For food, desserts (particularly love their tiramisu and chocolate mousse), and ambiance, I'd recommend La Taverna. Shame they don't have a full bar in terms of cocktails. What they do have is wine, and wine is bae.
NOSA: He also makes this tiramisu with a wafer base sometimes, the thing is fire. La Taverna is a bit hit or miss, we really like it (like, we're there every Wednesday) but a couple of readers in recent weeks haven't had the best experience. My pick would be either Crust & Cream or Orchid Bistro.
FOLLY: I'm not sure if La Verandah is affordable per say, but it's definitely not expensive. The space is so cute and the food is amazing.
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