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FOLLY: Thank you and yes, I do and it makes me quite giddy with excitement when I test it out sometimes, lol.
NOSA: SEO game is out here.
FOLLY: Maybe Craft Gourmet could help you meet them in the middle. It's not Nigerian food per say but they offer a lot of rice and red curry dishes that will appeal to Nigerians. (ps. The curries aren't cooked in an Indian style). They also have beef stir fry and the Senegalese Chicken Yassa, if your Nigerian friends stick to this portion of the menu they'll love it.
And then you and your husband can try something more adventorous from the Craft menu - pulled lamb/chicken/goat burger, tacos, beef shawarma platter etc.
NOSA: If your friends were adventurous, I’d say NOK because it’s a good middle ground. But since they only eat Nigerian food, they’ll absolutely detest NOK. Perfect middle ground would be a hotel restaurant. Those tend to be more “continental” with their menus. Of the lot, I’d recommend Wheatbaker or Southern Sun.
Or you can listen to Folly and try Craft Gourmet
NOSA: Hard Rock, if you really want to have fun and good food isn’t too important.
RSVP Poolside, if it’s on a weekend and food isn’t necessary.
Sao Cafe, if you want something in the middle.
FOLLY: Casper & Gambini's
FOLLY: LOL roller coaster rides?
FOLLY: When you decide to be serious, go to Vellvett.
NOSA: Happy birthday sha.
But yeah, check out Vellvett.