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Looking to spice up your dates, hangouts or meetings Japanese style? Here are three Japanese restaurants to meet your needs in Lagos.

Shiro Restaurant

Their menu consists of Japanese food, Asian food, contemporary, vegetarian-friendly, and gluten-free meals.

The entire structure of the restaurant is top notch, with very impressive interior decoration. The restaurant has a decent view of the ocean and also offers WiFi services.

Meals served at the Shiro restaurant are tasty and also pricey. Their prawn suyamaki roll is simply delicious. They also serve the best Asian style wagyu steak which goes up for ₦26,000. Their cocktails and mocktails likewise exceptional.

Izangi Restaurant

Izangi Restaurant.

The Izangi Restaurant is located at 19b, Idejo Street (off Adeola Odeku Street), Victoria Island.

Izangi offers a fine dining experience with the best meals and thus has been dubbed to be the best Japanese restaurant in Lagos. The name refers to a Japanese deity. The interior of this restaurant sets off a welcoming appeal, and the seats are arranged in Japanese style, it even includes a room where customers can seat on the floor to eat. The restaurant really emphasizes its Japanese culture, giving its customers a feel of what proper Japanese dining is.

The menu offers a variety of Japanese and Asian dishes. All their meals are meticulously prepared from the shrimp dumplings to the teppanyaki and of course sushi, they make the very best sushi.

Bungalow Restaurant

Located at 9 Adekunle Fajuyi Way, Ikeja, since its establishment in 2016, Bungalow Restaurant has become a hub for seafood. They have a wide range of seafood from sushi to bunyaki, ensaladas and other tongue-twisting names.

There are also weekly shows and events to spice up your dining experience like the notable live band every Thursday. The restaurant also runs a normal fast food menu meaning you can always drop by in the morning to have a meal.

The Bungalow is a lively place especially in the evening, a good option for an entertaining date and hangouts with friends.

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This article was first published on 20th July 2018


Amara Adanna Ogbonna is a Christian, foodie, and lover of arts. She spends most of her time on Facebook.

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