Lagos Bistro – Review Of Lagos Bistro, Abuja

Our Lagos in Abuja, recently moved to a new location and it’s amazing! I’ve visited twice already and here are my thoughts.

SPACE
It’s huge! There is a Cafe, a Restaurant, outdoor and indoor seating areas. Basically there is a ton of space and places to sit. Decor is so artistic and colourful with an infusion of Lagos of course.

MENU
The Menu offers a wide range of options from breakfast to Nigerian to Continental, you have a ton of options at fair prices.

FOOD
I ordered the breakfast platter pictured in slide 9 for N4,000 and it was enough for two people. Check back for a more detailed review on the food.

SERVICE
The waiter (Tony) that attended to us both times I visited, was really nice and pleasant. However food comes in a little slow.

Overall it’s definitely worth visiting. It’s a nice place to chill and there are so many spots for pictures.

For more info on their Menu, check out Lagosbistro

Have you been to Lagos Bistro? What was your experience like? What did you order?

Review Of Lagos Bistro

 

This entire breakfast platter cost N4,000! It also came with the option of pancakes or waffles, tea or coffee and pineapple juice or orange juice!

I’ve had the breakfast option the two times I visited and the pancakes were so creamy! I only wish the orange juice had a slight tarty taste, it was too sweet.

We were also served complimentary puff puff before our food came in, the puff puff was good, I wish they offered this on their menu.

The overall service was good however the food came in a little slow.

I loved the space, the vibes and the fact that there was enough seating areas both outdoor and indoor.

They also offer a varied menu at fair price points. You can get breakfast, Nigerian food and a burger and fries all in one place.

Our Taste of Lagos in Abuja and I definitely recommend! Why?
Well:
-Great ambiance
– Good food
– Good service
– Varied menu
– Fair prices
– Outdoor and indoor seating
– Picturesque spots

Location: 7 Hombri Street Wuse 2, Opposite Best Premier Hotel. Once you spot the hotel, a little opposite is Lagos Bistro.

 

Review By: Abuja Lifestyle

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