Eat Out For Less at Rhapsody’s, Orchid Bistro & More with Lost In Lagos’ Restaurant Week 2014!

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Leading Lagos lifestyle guide, Lost in Lagos, recently announced the maiden edition of Restaurant Week holding from the 7th – 17th of April 2014 at over 20 select restaurants across Lagos, in Ikeja, Ikoyi, Victoria Island and Lekki.

Over the past few years Lagos has enjoyed a growth spurt. With a growing variety of gourmet restaurants now available in Nigeria, especially Lagos, Restaurant Week will offer restaurants an opportunity to show their specialty to larger audience.

Restaurant Week is designed to bring over 20 of Lagos’ most exclusive Restaurants to Lagosians. During this time the selected restaurants will offer set prix–menus for lunch and dinner (Saturday is not included) offering a selection of the restaurants dishes at affordable prices. This will allow visitors to try new restaurants, or go back to favourites that they save for special occasions.

Participating restaurants are – Piccolo Mondo, Yellow Chilli, Pattaya, La Scala, Milano, Foundry, Rhapsody’s VI, Orela, Orchid Bistro, Primi Piatti, Spice Route, Bazaar, Bistro 7, Ginger Tapas, Soho Restaurant at Intercontinental, La Provence, La Veranda,  Rhapsody’s Ikeja, Fusion, Casa D’Lydia, Bar Campione and Viceroy.

All restaurant menus during the week-long event will be offered at the same price: Lunch N4, 400 and Dinner N6, 600 respectively (excluding drinks, tax and service) and diners can pay with MasterCard to receive 10% off.

How Does It Work??

1. Go to the Lost In Lagos Restaurant Week page

2. Buy Restaurant Vouchers (for lunch or/and dinner). Don’t forget to use your MasterCard for a 10% discount! You can buy more than one voucher at a time (you only have 10 days to try as many places as possible!)

3. Use your Restaurant Voucher code to reserve your table at participating restaurants.

4. Bon Appetite!

p.s. We will be surprising some lucky diners (chosen at random) with gift bags during Restaurant Week.

During Restaurant week you can also participate in the CITYCHOPS SNAP IT Photo Contest  to win an iPad, a spa day and a voucher for a meal for 2 at your favourite restaurant. To participate, simply follow Lost in Lagos on Instagram @LostInLagos12 and Twitter @LostInLagos using the hash tag – #LILRestaurantWk and submit photos of your meal (and the name of the restaurant).  Photos will be selected to go on the Lost in Lagos site and the best photo will win!

In addition, Lost in Lagos will offer customers who book for Restaurant Week special discount taxi rides together with Tranzit.

The event is sponsored by MasterCard and supported by Tranzit and CityChops. Media partners are Beat 99.9FM and Bella Naija.

For more information on Restaurant Week and Lost in Lagos, visit

About Lost in Lagos –

Lost in Lagos is the premiere guide to Lagos, giving Lagosians more ways in discovering Lagos. Founded by, Tannaz Etebarian Bahnam, Lost in Lagos is the most comprehensive lifestyle guide to no other than LAGOS. It’s the perfect place to look when stuck for a restaurant, a coffee place or bar for drinks at the end of a long and hectic Lagos week.

With hundreds of listings from restaurants, shopping, health and beauty to nightlife, supermarkets and Ideas for the weekend, Lost in Lagos guarantees a no-boring moment in Lagos.

For more information about Restaurant Week, email Dennis –

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