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There is so many personnel walking & watching TV in this place that someone needs to pay them, that’s the costumer.
Not that you get a better service, when you need a drink, you need to wait, because most of them are watching TV.
The...food was average, nothing special, but the bill is a big steal, you pay on top of the already expensive prices additionally the 10% vat (ok that acceptable) but the add 7,5% service tax? And a additional 5% Lagos tax, and than they round the bill to 500 up because they have no change.
So you get rip-off after-all. Stay away, they are many more and much better places in town!More
Date of visit: January 2020
Ramy C, Owner at Lagoon Restaurant, responded to this reviewResponded 14 February 2020
Thank for the note concerning the staff, and the change matter. It will be taken care of, ASAP. Concerning the Taxes you have your numbers wrong. Nigerian Tax Law are the following. 5% VAT that was increased the beginning of February to 7.5% then another...More
I went twice to Lagoon this week. Their fish night on Thursday’s was a real “experience.” I am not exaggerating when I state that I had my best grilled fish ever here. Tonight, Sunday I came for their roasted lamb! Everything is fresh and the...exquisite! Definitely a favorite!More
Wonderful family owned business with a variety of different restaurants for a variety of crowds. If you want great quality food with a reasonable price in addition to the Brazilian, Indian, Sushi, Continental, and Nigerian dishes with a kick, you will be blown away!
Been there with my friend & we were like very excited but our experience was very disappointing.. we didn’t enjoy the food there at all. The menu was so pricy with very small portion of food.platter which cost 8000 came with 2pieces of chicken, 2pieces...of sausages & 1piece of shrimp which came without any sauce or pepper.& Service was very bad too.
Will definitely not return back again when there is a My Coffee & Radisson blu just next door.More
Date of visit: October 2019
Ramy C, Owner at Lagoon Restaurant, responded to this reviewResponded 18 October 2019
Thank you for the review. But this review must have been on a different restaurant. Because we don’t have such a dichotomy or platter in the whole complex. It is either chicken, prawn because we don’t use shrimps they are too small in size, and...More
So after reading reviews here on trip advisor we thought to give this restaurant a try, firstly the ambience was lovely with great view, coming to food the menu was excellent totally there were 4 cuisines Lebanese, American, Indian & Chinese. We gave a try...to starters & the taste was Superb ♥️ We tried Lebanese chicken platter, mutton seekh kebab, boti kebab & pina colada cake.
About the Lebanese platter they had that authentic taste, that itself made our evening. Then the Indian starters were mind blowing specially seekh kebabs 🍢 pina colada cake was fresh & full of flavour, sweetness was balanced well. owner was friendly & was personally taking care of all the guests brilliant hospitality. Service was quick. Highly recommended⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️More
Date of visit: September 2019
Ramy C, Owner at Lagoon Restaurant, responded to this reviewResponded 14 September 2019
Thank you for A wonderful review. We are glad you had a good time, and we hope to see you very soon.
This is one of the largest restaurant environs in Lagos.It includes various Lebanese, Indian and Chinese cuisines given my own experience.
Quite a good place for group and family hangout.
I like the open settee area ...
Date of visit: December 2018
Ramy C, Owner at Lagoon Restaurant, responded to this reviewResponded 8 September 2019
Thank you for your review. We hope to see you soon.
Yes we have cake, and depending we’re you want to eat budgets can differ. In the Brazilian, you have an average budget of about 20,000 per adult and children differ depending on age but normally not up to 10,000. If you want... More
Yes we have cake, and depending we’re you want to eat budgets can differ. In the Brazilian, you have an average budget of about 20,000 per adult and children differ depending on age but normally not up to 10,000. If you want to have other cuisines, such as Chinese, Indian, Lebanese or continental about 15,000 per person and Japanese around 15,000 per person. Children are much less. As I said earlier depending on there age. If need more information pls don’t hesitate to call on 08030806363. Thank you
Well it all depend on which of the cuisines you will be having. we have Chinese, Indian, Continental, Lebanese, Japanese sushi, Brazilian all you can eat and snack junk food like pizza,burgers,Suya and others. So really it... More
Well it all depend on which of the cuisines you will be having. we have Chinese, Indian, Continental, Lebanese, Japanese sushi, Brazilian all you can eat and snack junk food like pizza,burgers,Suya and others. So really it depend so in dollars average 50$ per person. In naira if we do the math, we are talking for 8 person about 160,000 naira in total.