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A restaurant discovery platform for Nigeria. All about restaurants / food joints in Nigeria!
A restaurant discovery platform for Nigeria. All about restaurants / food joints in Nigeria!

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Planning the perfect birthday party in Lagos can be tricky especially when you have a large group. The good news is that there are plenty of wonderful restaurants all around Lagos offering great options from great rooftop bars to charming three-course…
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Coffee shops are a perfect escape from this busy city of Lagos and excellent for first dates. There is rising presence of amazing coffee shops dotted around the city. Accordingly to Quartz, it is predicted that Nigerians will drink more than 1,000 tons of…
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It seems everyone is writing a guide about where to eat and drink in Lagos. We are not complaining. In fact, we love it! The latest is from Vogue by Duro Olowu, a former lawyer turned fashion designer who has dressed Michelle Obama and Solange Knowles.…
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The word “Buka” is commonly used across Nigeria and originated from the Northern part of the country. Buka means “hole-in-the-wall” restaurants and is used interchangeably with mama put joints. Here are 6 reasons why Nigerian love patronising Buka / mama…
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Happy hour is still not a thing in Lagos. Although most people know the concept of happy hours exist at some restaurants and bars in Lagos, it seems rather difficult to know where to go. This is especially true when you’re trying to avoid traffic, need a…
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New York Times West Africa bureau chief Dionne Searcey has called Nok by Alara in Lagos a “Rare Gem”. In her NYT article, she pointed out that the celebratory feel at Nok by Alara is in part due to its hip ambience and its new take on regional staples.…
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In CNN’s latest episode of Parts Unknown, Anthony Bourdain finally visits Lagos and notes he has “Never seen anything like it”. In put in context, Bourdain has made over early 300 episodes of travel television over the past 15 years. He describes Lagos as…
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The New York Times (NYT) unleashed an in-depth report last week by Dionne Searcey, the West and Central Africa bureau chief on how obesity is rising in Ghana (actually mainly Accra) due to the popularity of fast food especially fried chicken. Somewhat it…
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We get it – everything started well. You already picked some awesome date places in Ibadan: Domino’s Pizza for the first date, followed by Cafe Chrysalis and even made a stop at Kabachi Bistro. Conversation is flowing and chemistry is great. Now you need…
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Tina Shaire used to be a commercial lawyer and recently opened Zolene, a contemporary restaurant in Ikoyi dedicated to creating great food memories through a touch of western influences on the most loved Nigerian and African dishes. Zolene named after…
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