Not your typical Lagos restaurant with outdoor tables. Built into a kind of covered alleyway, narrow and partially open it is very quaint with nautical themed pieces and memorabilia everywhere. The open barbecue style oven is used to grill most of the main dishes just inside the door, but the best part is at the back where there are several cosy and intimate tables. The sharing starter platter was absolutely delicious with a mix of fish and meat tapas items. Calamari best we have ever had. Barbecued meat main course (pork fillet and chicken piri piri) were simply cooked and tasty, but nothing adventurous. Adjacent table had the stone bass which looked superb and we will go for that next time because this is a place to come back to. Only slight criticism (from wife) is that the middle open section with stone steps leading to an upstairs area and used for storage area of coca cola crates is unsightly and should be blocked off, but otherwise visually a very interesting place. London guy who runs it is friendly and attentive and will answer phone if you ring up to book. Really worth a visit if in Lagos for more than a day or so and tired of the the standard pavement Portugese restaurants.
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