Whether you’re planning an event or just want to chill with family and/or friends and are trying to decide on what dining style to go with, a buffet in Lagos is always a great option and there is a good range of options to choose from in the city. In here, we’re revealing the top spots to consider when it comes to buffet dining.
These classy restaurants, all located within top hotels in Lagos, will give you sumptuous options you can’t resist. At these spots, the satisfied clinking of silverware drowns out any other noise and judgement. Of course, it goes without saying that you will need to arrive at these locations on an empty belly in order to get full value for your money’s worth.
A typical Nigerian foodie, or any foodie for that matter, love a bottomless plate and with that in mind, we have sought out places where you can eat handsomely for a set price while having the best buffet in Lagos money can buy. Remember to incorporate a healthy balance of proteins, carbohydrates, fruits and vegetables as you do your rounds. Don’t go loading up on mainly carbohydrates thinking that’s the best way to get substantially filled up. That’s doing your body more harm than good. The key is in balance.
So empty your stomach, loosen your belt and grab your plates. On your marks, set, EAT…
1. Golden Tulip Restaurant
A top-quality restaurant located in Festac Town, Golden Tulip is reputable for offering one of the best buffets in the city with its vast meal options ranging from local to intercontinental dishes served during breakfast, lunch and dinner buffet options, all at the pleasantly affordable price of 9,500 NGN.
2. Crockpot, Sheraton Hotel
A perfect buffet in Lagos is not complete without this Ikeja-based restaurant. We are yet to conclude if it’s the live band or the thought of an unending variety of sumptuous meals that influence customers to take a nonchalant dive into the world of this restaurant’s buffet service. Nevertheless, it is worth the while and money and their buffet go for 10,000 NGN on average.
Tip: Whatever you do, start with the gizzard pepper soup and don’t overlook their Mongolian grill. Sure darling, you’re welcome.
3. The Da Vinci Restaurant, The George
Just in the heart of Ikoyi, this hotel is hidden in plain sight. On arrival, the entire ambience of this place will leave you anticipating what their meals would taste like. The line-up of food is eye-catching and saliva-inducing with great customer service to ice the cake. Appeasing your growling Sunday appetite here is a great idea, seeing their buffet time runs between 12:30 and 4:30 pm. You might want to head there early to miss a crowd of fellow stomach-empty customers. The average price is 16,900 NGN per person which is on the higher side but not bad if you want to experience a fancier kind of buffet in Lagos. It is an all-round satisfaction at the George, a time out from the pandemonium of the city and value for every penny spent.
4. Southern Sun Hotel
Also located in Ikoyi, it is almost incomplete to list dining spots in Lagos without mentioning this hotel, seeing how highly recommended it is. You can indulge your taste buds with a delightfully wide exhibition of exciting delicacies to choose from. Regardless of being a buffet, the meals look specially cooked for you and are accompanied by varieties of fine wine. The buffet service includes breakfast from 6.30 am to 10.30 am and lunch and dinner from 11.30am till 9.30 pm. The average price is 10,000 NGN with a considerable discount for children.
5. Radisson Blu
Thinking of some romantic ideas like escaping for dinner with the love of your life? Radisson Blu is just the right place for that special buffet dinner by the poolside. This hotel is nestled along the Lagos Lagoon in Victoria Island, 1A Ozumba Mbadiwe avenue. The whole setting will leave both your heart and stomach satisfied. A special Sunday brunch is available from 11:30 am – 4:30 pm. Options are pretty much what is expected from a highly rated restaurant but what stands out is their extremely yummy dessert and chicken which are done right. The average price per head is 10,000 NGN.
As an individual craving to have a buffet in Lagos, it goes without saying that you should come to any of these spots with an open appetite. There’s no judgement and often you’ll be encouraged to go for that third or fourth plate if your stomach can hold the weight.
Bon appétit! Or should I say: Chop belle full!
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