Who wouldn’t want an amazing African dining experience with first-class quality service and endless options available from the kitchen in a beautiful atmosphere with unique state-of-the-art decor and ambience?
The Yellow Chilli Restaurant & Bar is one of Lagos’s finest, and custodian of ethnic cuisines, renowned for its passion for culinary revolution, with their customers at the centre of the service matrix. It is a full service-catering outfit with a speciality in delivering quality fresh, hot, gourmet meals, spicy local and pan-African delicacies in its finest forms and tastes.
It is constantly leading the way by introducing some carefully selected continental dishes in addition to the wide array of traditional Nigerian dishes.
The eatery is suitably designed to suit exquisite and luxury functions with the exclusive private dining room that seats 20 persons and main restaurant that seats 170 persons in multi-level sections. It also has 2 bars with a terrace for other social events and a sit-out for Alfresco dining.
It has two locations, on the island and mainland, strategically located for easy access; on 27, Oju Olobun Close, Off Bishop Oluwole Street, Victoria Island and on 35, Joel Ogunaike Street, Ikeja, respectively.
The Yellow Chilli Restaurant & Bar offers a wide range of African/Nigerian dishes: the delightful Soups – Seafood Okro, Otong, Banga, Egusi, Efo Riro, Afang, Afia, Edikang, Ikong, Nsala (White) soup; spicy stewed prawns, spicy oxtail, Isi Ewu, fresh fish pepper soup, Nkwobi, crisp prawns, Ugba, the iconic Jollof fiesta, as well as western and Chinese cuisines, cocktail and wine.
Here, clients receive pleasant surprises with consistently excellent quality delivery and expertise. Certain dishes are also prepared fresh on order.
Yellow Chilli is the perfect home away from home; no wonder the draught of loyal clients at lunchtime.
Make a visit today and you won’t regret you did.
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