Obi’s House at Hard Rock Cafe is the place where the weekend happens on Mondays and the occasion is strictly by invitation until 11pm when access is free. Heads up, the crowd gets so much that you might struggle with getting a space to sit, but never too crowdy to get food to eat. It is more of a party space on Mondays rather than a food space.
The space has cute vintage interior space with high hangings that are nice to look at. I love that the space is different and modern.
I had the southwest flatbread at₦8,000 which is contrary to the price on their menu (₦7,500). The waiter confirmed that the prices had been updated, but the menu hadn’t. The flatbread was just as I desired; thin and crunchy crust, tasty cream, and very fresh pico! It was really good. I would give it a 9/10.
The crowd was active all night, just what I signed up for. It seemed like everyone was excited to be at the party, the energy was high. I discovered you could get access to DJ Obi’s playlist via the Instagram page, which would help keep you posted on the songs to be played. I also thought the guy flying the Obi’s house flag was cute and catchy. If you want a break from Monday’s bustle and hustle, I totally recommend this place.
NOTE: Obi’s House is more of a party place on Mondays than a food place.
FOODIE IN LAGOS RATING: 7/10
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Obi’s House Summary
Groovy space. Nice vintage aesthetics up the walls (indoors). Well-lit.
Well-plated flatbread with a nice thin and crunchy crust. I would give it an 8/10.
The location is well-lit, easy to find, and there is parking space available.