Ask Eat.Drink.Lagos XVIII
FOLLY: Crust & Cream, I think it's one of the decently priced options available.
NOSA: "Best" and "budget" don't really go together in Lagos. If you want the best, you're going to have to pay a lot. But if you're looking for "bang for buck", yeah you can't go wrong with Crust & Cream.
FOLLY: Thank you! We'd love to have you at the lunch club. I think Spice Route could work well for this, if you rent out the entire upstairs.
NOSA: Or you can try RED in Eko Hotel. They have special set menus and I think it can take 100 people but you'll have to check it out because I'm not too sure.
FOLLY: Haha thank you. Sadly, we don't hear it from everyone oh, look through the comments of some posts and you'll find lots of naysers. I think you should do Bistro 7, I absolutely love their brunch although it's a plated menu. If you really want to do a buffet style, I think Four Points is your best (affordable) bet.
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