Not your flashy restaurant/ bar but everything about the look & feel is very artistic. The sculptures outside, the traditional-looking wooden chairs and tables, the art gallery upstairs, paintings of Wole Soyinka as you climb up the stairs to the gallery, and the piano. I couldn't resist tinkling the ivories. Most of all I loved the veteran band - some really good reggae music.
The fish pepper soup was a bit too spicy for me though; although it tasted good I was very disappointed they couldn't make it milder although we gave specific instructions the second we ordered. Service was a bit slow as well.
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking