Visited the restaurant for the first time. Small, quaint and informal. We had the “tonight’s menu” consisting of four dishes which were well balance och very well presented. We will be back!
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Owner has a passion for food! French cuisine perfectly prepared fresh and well presented. Had bacon wrapped scaĺlops and grilled vegetables for starters and flap beef and duck confit for mains. All excellent! Very attentive service even though he was short staffed with his son...More
We popped in from Salema and weren't disappointed! A lovely small bistro hidden away in the back streets. Wonderful food, my husband had the pan fried foie gras and the confit duck and said it was the best food he's ever had in the 10years...More
Great location away from the main tourist stretch of Lagos old town. The decor and ambiance are lovely and the food excellent. The owners and staff are very friendly and welcoming. Recommended.
Ate here as a party of 5 one evening. The welcome from the owner was amazing so warm and friendly. The food all sounded tasty and we struggled to make our decision. When our food came it was all delicious. Couldn't fault the taste or...More
We visited the restaurant for dinner and had the most wonderful experience. The French/ Portuguese couple owning and running the place were extremely caring and really enjoyed the food as well as chatting to them. It felt very much like at home and they gave...More
We have visited this restaurant a number of times over the years and feel compelled to write this review after another excellent evening. In comparison to most other establishments in Lagos, Casa do Pintor offers a different experience. The food is with a French bias,...More
From the most humble exterior in a rather plain part of town, the interior is tiny, but warm. The tables are set perfectly, and the owner's greeting is earnest and courteous. The menu is expensive for the area, but we were expecting this given the...More