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One thing about travelling to a new environment is you get the chance to immerse yourself in new experiences. If fine dining is your thing and you have plans to travel to Lagos, then this piece is for you.


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Here are some expensive restaurants to explore when you get to Lagos.

Zaza Restaurant & Lounge

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This spot is popularly called Zaza Lagos. It has made it into the likes of This Day and Vanguard newspapers for its high standard of luxury experience. This place is extremely high-end, i.e. expensive. For Starter, hold like N7,000-N8,000, a main can cost from 9,500 to 45,000 per meal with 4,000 for sides. Desert costs no less than N6,000 while cocktails and drinks are from 8,000, 8,500 to 35,000 per glass. Even vintage and non-vintage wines go for over 100,000. So if you are a big spender, this is right up your alley.   

Address: 19 Agoro Odiyan St, Victoria Island, Lagos

2. Ohuru by HSE

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This rooftop bar and restaurant in Boardroom Apartments in Lekki serves an afro-fusion cuisine. The ambience is colourful and artistic; great for taking fab photos. Kids under 18 are not allowed here. The menu goes from 4,500 for cocktails to 35,000 per meal. The meals range from pasta to catfish pepper soup, grilled tilapia, and pancakes or waffles with strawberries, just to name a few. It is best suited for brunch, late lunch, dinner, happy hours, wedding proposals, sip and paint events, etc.


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Address: 7 Prince Samuel Adedoyin St, Ikate, Lagos

3. The Tea Room

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From wall designs, and the vintage lights to floral arrangements throughout this pink space, the Tea room is super inviting. For those who like the ambience and want to take a picture of the pink Volkswagen loaded with flowers, you need to go upstairs and buy meals worth N10,000. The menu has appetizers from N3,000 to 15,000, while salads and special meals from N4,000 to N6,000. Their menu is available on their website so you can go through it and place your order before you arrive to reduce your waiting time. Other than that, this is a lovely place to hang out if you have the cash for it. It is great for birthdays, showers, bridal parties, hangouts, etc.

Address: Off Wole Olateju Crescent, 6A Ogbunike St, Lekki


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4. Quays Lagos

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The ambience is as spectacular as the food. Hues of brown with grey marbled walls and greenery hanging from the ceiling embrace this spot. You can choose to eat on the terrace, in the restaurant or in a private dining room. The food range from prawns and other seafood platters to pasta and cuts of meat that makes a carnivore boat.

Cocktails that are mouth-watering are also aesthetically pleasing. The menu isn’t available online, so hold a fat wallet when visiting.

Address: 3A Tokunbo Omisore St, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos.

Have you had a memorable fine dining experience in an expensive restaurant in Lagos? Feel free to recommend that restaurant to our readers.

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Zaza Lagos

Awe Lagos

Out Travel and Tour

Vera Frank YouTube Channel

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This article was first published on 15th June 2022 and updated on June 25th, 2022 at 12:12 am

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Ann Esievoadje is a freelance writer who is passionate about encouraging a reading culture and personal development. She has authored two books, The Quilt (fiction) and Being Mummy and Me (non-fiction). She manages Pulchra Publishing which offers a content creation/editing, transcription, different forms of writing (including Ghostwriting) service and her blog, Life Love and Anything Goes at annesievoadje.blogspot.com.ng. You can reach her at annesievoadje@gmail.com


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