Service isn't wonderful and the food can be delayed but food is very consistent and the fried rice fiesta is worth the wait! My husband and I had fish pepper soup and chicken wings to start and then split a jollof rice fiesta and a...More
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The environment is quite welcoming. Courteous staff. Good place for solo dinning or group dinning. Excellent Efo Riro:)
They're service is horribly poor in their Ikeja outlet. No hot towel before eating, you wait at least 50 minutes to be served... Guess it's a reflection of us because people keep quiet at such irresponsibility! Will never bring my family here again!
If you are in town on business and want a taste of Nigeria that is authentic and agrees with a Western palate then this restaurant is the one to try. Authentic Nija food from cows foot to snails in a reasonable surround. For the less...More
They have lovely Nigerian meals, soups. The Fisherman pepper soup is lovely too! The ambience is nice but the killer is the service time! You might have to wait 1 hour plus for your meal, hopefully you wont pass out if your very hungry! But...More
Visited the Ikeja restaurant and it was a pleasant experience overall. The security men were quite helpful with getting a good parking spot despite the fact that the place was packed. Waiters were attentive, got us a spot at the upstairs lounge overlooking Joel Ogunnaike....More
The food was delicious. I tried some traditional Nigerian dishes that I’ve never tried before including nkobi and it was so delicious! If you want to try traditional Nigerian food in a lovely restaurant setting, this is the place to go!
Hearing so much about them got me interested to see things myself On teaching there, parking my car was a big issue as the security men were not very helpful but rather looking to assist flashy cars to get some kick backs I struggled to...More