Road Chef Pizza? Abort Mission
FOLLY: On Saturday, on our way to Nothing To Do In Lagos picnic and against my better judgment, I drove Nosa and myself to RoadChef and ordered a pizza.
NOSA: Worst. Decision. Ever.
FOLLY: The lady at the drive thru ran through their pizza options and I chose chicken suya because I felt it was the least likely to be imported frozen because they don't make suya "over there".
I was wrong.
NOSA: RoadChef imports damn near everything frozen, and for some reason Folly thought this would be different.
NOSA: Frozen Pizza, in itself, isn't the worst thing ever. Maybe top 5, but definitely not the worst. I mean, Rice & Stew is still out there frolicking and telling lies.
My problem with the pizza isn't that it is frozen pizza. It's that they actually charge you a premium for frozen pizza. You might as well walk to Domino's and eat their rubbish. Some people like Domino's so they aren't all that terrible.
FOLLY: Not only is RoadChef selling frozen bland chicken pizza disguised as freshly made, they sprinkled dry pepper on it as suya pepper because we must all be mugs.
NOSA: TL;DR What a betrayed!
FOLLY: I don't see any reason why RoadChef thought it would be a good idea to sell pizzas. Compared to everything out there, RoadChef pizza fails on taste, quality, value for money everything. It's not even like it's cheap and terrible pizza; it's expensive and terrible pizza. Most Nigerians already think pizza isn't food, and then you throw 'expensive for nothing pizza' into the mix. In summary, it's a no from me.
NOSA: They were good on value for money until the prices went up. Then, I couldn't rationalize buying a burger with a frozen patty when there are places like BBQ & Cravings and Urban Fuxion that do a better thing for less.
Large Suya Pizza - N3500
It's a drive thru so you shouldn't need to park. However, if you must, there's parking.