This is a cool place to have lots of indian dishes, not much expensive, decent indian food and over all fair service.
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A rare pure Indian taste restaurant in the heart of Abuja. I love the number varieties of dishes served in their menu and taste as superb as the ambience of the restaurant. I will personally recommend anyone out there wanting to have a taste of...More
Went To Wakkis To celebrate a friends going away party. The setting was excellent and neat, no rowdy or Noisy.The food was also good and served in good time. I liked their nan bread, very fresh.
we ordered veg makhani which is ordinary dish, that any Indian restaurant should be able to make, otherwise it's not indian.. It was POOR. The spices are not authentic.. waiters are rude and lazy. garlic nan didn't had garlic.. and biryani tasted like Pulao.. Fake...More
Wakkis is a good restaurant that fuses Indian cuisine with western palette. The service sometimes isn’t too great and I get the sense service is not heading in the right direction.
whatever you selection is you are assured of a good time out and good service. There is variety of India and continental cuisine to order from.
Had lunch with colleagues. Menu is a bit of fusion of Indian dishes, but you get the general feel of subcontinental food. Portions were okay, and the mocktails were interesting.
Getting into wakkis,you feel like youre not in abuja, like youre in a restaurant on a tropical island. All thats missing is the beach,salt water air (they try to make up for that with the air coolers) and the sand. The meals are amazing and...More
There is not a time if we tour Abuja and a plan for visiting Wakkis is not made. Upper deck is preferred place, below it becomes a bit smoky, good to smell but too much can put you off tandoor items. His tandoor roasted goat...More