February: Where To Eat In Lagos This Month

You'd be surprised at how many new restaurants have opened up in Lagos since December. As a result, we spent January trying out a couple of new places and rediscovering old favorites. These are the restaurants we feel you definitely should be eating at this month. 

 

Jamski

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If you're eating at any of the new Jamaican restaurants in Lagos, this should be the one. It's the Jamaican restaurant run by actual Jamaicans, so if there was to be an authenticity check that's a glaring one. 

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8A Ologun Agbaje Street, Victoria Island, Lagos. 

0809 458 0930.

 

Talindo

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Perfect for date night and any intimate dinner, Talindo is also serves, easily, the best steak in Lagos. Make sure you get brownie for dessert. Very important.

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7B Karimu Kotun Street, Victoria Island, Lagos

0808 989 8998

 

Cut at The Renaissance Hotel

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Ikeja's latest IT restaurant. Ikeja desperately deserved an upmarket option and in CUT, prayers have been answered. The prices might put you off a bit, but it's excellent quality and very well made. The wine selection is also noteworthy.

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38/40 Isaac John Street, Ikeja GRA, Lagos. 

0908 780 5555

 

Shiro

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Shiro has one of the most gorgeous restaurant interiors in Lagos right now with the most expensive entree to boot. The wagyu costs a pretty penny, but have you have to try it.

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Landmark Centre, Water Corporation Road, Victoria Island, Lagos

0805 046 4099