Ask Eat.Drink.Lagos LIII
FOLLY: I was sad last week cause we only had one question but you guys decided to out-do yourselves and make me happy with lots of questions this week, y'all are too kind.
FOLLY: We've actually written that post here. And we ended it with a call for suggestions for similar spots on the mainland because we didn't have any but we didn't get any recommendations in the comments :(
NOSA: There's Orchid Bistro in Ikeja, but there are no outlets in the patio. There's the CC Hub rooftop cafe, but you have to be a member (last I checked). Businesses in Yaba are very startup-unfriendly.
FOLLY: I think Crust & Cream is great for children. While it's a bit far out, BBQ & Cravings is also very child-friendly. It'll be a bit messy because its barbecue and burgers but thankfully they have wipes.
Buka food on the island won't be in VI or Ikoyi, Lagos Island has all the good spots.
NOSA: There's Abe Igi in Lekki if you want a buka in the area.
FOLLY: Abeg Igi is hardly a buka.
FOLLY: This is a list of our favorite pocket friendly spots in Lagos.
FOLLY: I actually really liked the chicken and beef tacos I had at Bottles last week and they also have a shrimp option.
NOSA: 355 has a nice shrimp quesadilla so I'll assume their taco is nice
FOLLY: Sorry, I've never heard of that place.
NOSA: I have, but I've never tried to food. Went there for a work thing. Nice space though