Eating out in Lagos with BOJ
Eating out in Lagos with BOJBOJ
Bolaji Odojukan, better known by his stage name BOJ, is a Nigerian musician who is widely regarded as one of the pioneers of the Altè movement. Raised between the UK and Nigeria, he subtly weaves a narrative of shared heritage and culture throughout his music, bridging the gap between London and Lagos with his trademark blend of infectious afrobeats and smooth R&B.
Check out his favourite spots to eat out in Lagos below.
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“The Ofada on their menu and Jollof rice. So the house is a nice chill spot in VI (Victoria Island). They’ve got really good Nigerian dishes like the ofada I mentioned which is local rice and also continental dishes. They open till late daily so you can really have a good time there. ”More Info
“King fisher is a seafood restaurant in Lekki, it’s got some scenic views and they open late as well.”More Info
“It’s a lounge in VI, I go there because they’ve got really nice cocktails at decent prices and good music too.”More Info
“Foodies is in lekki, they’ve got all sorts of Nigerian dishes and they’re affordable.”More Info
“The burg is a joint in Ikeja and as you can tell by the name they’ve got great burgers. You don’t have to break the bank to eat there and their milkshakes are top notch.”More Info
“Yellow Chilli are on mainland and island. They have really good African dishes with a homely vibe.”More Info