Ask Eat.Drink.Lagos 94
NOSA: I'm going to pretend you didn't just say "dangerously delicious" because I think you're a real human person.
FOLLY: I was also going to recommend HSE Gourmet. Orchid Bistro (Ikoyi & Ikeja locations) also has nice ambiance.
NOSA: Instagram is definitely lying. The food scene in Lagos might be on the come-up, but it definitely has some way to go. That said, if you want to keep lying to your friends, take them to Tarragon or maybe NOK (Garden). Fancy culinary school types will appreciate the tiny portions.
NOSA: On old reviews and writers, we aren't really looking for Lagos reviews at the time. Maybe in future, but we'll need to properly "interview" whoever it is. Like, take the person out to lunch and judge their comments. Can't have anyone justifying processed cheese on this website.
FOLLY: That's a lot in one request.
NOSA: Sounds like a house party
FOLLY: The places I know in Lagos that offer karaoke, you definitely do not want to eat there. Crust & Cream has affordable food but no games. Shaunz Bar has karaoke but do you really want to have dinner at Shaunz Bar? You can also do Shisha Room in Lekki as it has a chilled vibe but I have no idea if they serve food.
FOLLY: TBH, I don't really understand....
NOSA: Actually, I understand and I agree with the sentiment. Nigerian food can be very very boring, but i'm not too sure there's anything we can do from where we sit. I can make fun of it though.
FOLLY: I'm thoroughly amused by your question. That said, the poolside restaurant at Eko Hotel serves chicken and chips. I'm not sure about fish and chips but I'm sure you could convince them.
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