Ask Eat.Drink.Lagos LXVI
FOLLY: Honestly, 16 - 20 people with a budget of 100k will allow you N5000-N6250/head max which for most VI restaurants with really nice ambiance is too little. I mean, that'll get each person a main and water at a couple of restaurants, but when you add the inevitable service charge and starters for the table it won't work out. With that in mind, increase your budget or reduce your number of guests and you can do somewhere like Crust & Cream, Arabesque or Casper & Gambini's.
NOSA: You could get a private chef to cater at that price point. Only problem would be location.
FOLLY: Yes, the one on Saka Tinubu. I couldn't tell you the name, but it's the one with Chinese letters on the exterior.
FOLLY: I think Orchid Bistro has apple pie on their dessert menu but I'm not sure and have never had it. I know Apple Crumble =/= Apple Pie but if it also works for you, my favorite is the one at Ice Cream Factory.
NOSA: Honey's Cupcakes used to make Apple Pie. Some cute mini ones too. But it appears, she's closed shop and moved to England.
FOLLY: Maybe, any of the hotels, they should have projectors and your team can have the buffet lunch or a la carte if they offer it.
NOSA: I agree, a hotel meeting room. No restaurant is going to let you use their space for an entire day for so little.
FOLLY: Thank you! So you want somewhere cosy and not a big crowd? I think Verandah is very cosy and your budget would work there. My second suggestion is La Provence. And if you're looking for something on the mainland, Orchid Bistro also fits your description.
NOSA: Nah on La Provence, for me. The food isn't that good and the parking isn't great.
FOLLY: Don't know if you're trolling us or being serious. I don't know of any good restaurants and/or spas in Agungi, but there's a Dominos pizza.
NOSA: Agungi has that new mall, no? It has a Rhapsody's in it. And there's an Ice Cream Factory also.