NOSA: So after all your noise, we felt we had to try the Worst Behavior at 355. But before we really get into this, what the hell happened at 355? The menu has been streamlined, all the typos are gone, and the prawn quesadillas have disappeared. You can still order them, but they're like a "secret" item.
FOLLY: One of my fave things about 355 was the menu typos cause I discovered a new one every time. They also changed the wait staff..... I think. I didn't notice my guys Prudence or Sola.
NOSA: What's in this Worst Behavior btw?
Anyway, YOU GUYS DIDN'T TELL ME IT'S AN EXPENSIVE TING?
Ay Dios mio! N3500? THREE THOUSAND AND FIVE HUNDRED NAIRA!
The drink itself is really sweet. Like, "it might give you jedi jedi" sweet but it has this rubbing alcohol after taste. Speaking of rubbing alcohol, did any of you lads put it on your chin for facial hair?
I did that thing in secondary school.
FOLLY: Stay on topic abeg Nosa.
NOSA: The Worst Behavior is a decent drink, but it's not that deep abeg. I actually wanted to get another but N7000 on two drinks just didn't add up in my head. That's almost a Wahalarita pitcher. It's strong, but it's not THAT strong.
FOLLY: Maybe the bartender wasn't liberal with his mixing for us, but I operated heavy machinery*, aka my car, after having this drink and I wasn't the least bit drowsy.
NOSA: A couple of glasses WILL definitely get you there though, but that's not really the most cost effective means to get drunk. A couple of N1000 shots will get you there in less time AND money.
FOLLY: Trust me you can DIY this one. In fact, next time you're at a "bring a bottle" house party, I guarantee that you can make your own Worst Behaviour.
As long as you bring your own grenadine syrup with you, chances are that you'll find all the other alcohols there. Or at least most of them, and if you're Nigerian I bet you're familiar with managing.
Worst Behaviour - N3500
*Eat.Drink.Lagos does not endorse drunk driving. Please, do not drink and drive. Call an uber or your mummy to come pick you up.