Radish Restaurant Lagos
Radish is a boutique restaurant in Lekki Phase 1, Lagos, with a nature-filled and serene setting. There is an outdoor seating area, which is divided into two sections. Because the restaurant area is so small, it can only hold a few people at one time.
Radish Restaurant is located in a quiet and calm area, with a touch of nature around the space- so if you are looking for a place without noise, I recommend it.
The interior is very subtle, with nothing too flashy. The sitting area is comfortable, and I appreciate how they took that into account. They also have a couple of paintings on the walls and a lot of windows on the left side of the restaurant that let a lot of natural light in and I love how they placed plants outside the windows.
It’s not exactly an Instagram-worthy restaurant in terms of aesthetics, but you can still get some great shots there.
Have a look at the menu here
Their staff are extremely friendly and welcoming, and they assisted me every step of the way. For example, when they noticed I was a little uneasy with my plate, one of them approached me and asked if I needed a smaller plate to make me more comfortable. I only saw three members of staff, all of whom were pleasant. They were also quite familiar with the menu and made sure that I understood what I ordered and asked for my preferences with every order I made.
The menu is three pages long and includes some breakfast options, grills and sandwiches, appetizers, main courses, and dessert.
For starters, I ordered the mozzarella sticks that cost ₦3,500, which were just the right temperature because the cheese was really cheesy, which I liked, and I loved the dip (sweet and sour sauce) quickly elevated the dish from a 0 to a 100. I got so used to eating them together that when I tried the sticks alone, I didn’t really enjoy them (not saying it was bad tho, it is cheese after all).
For the main course, I had what I thought to be Alfredo pasta but it was called chicken fettuccine which cost ₦6,500 and oh my gosh it was so tasty! I was thankful I made the right meal choice because the mozzarella sticks kicked it off.
Aside from being very tasty, the dish had a lot of chicken and mushrooms. I’ll give this meal a perfect score because I had no complaints.
Here is the vlog we put up on Youtube on our experience at Radish Restaurant in Lekki
I had a mocktail called Ginger Fiesta. I loved how the price wasn’t so expensive it costs ₦2,500. This was where I had a little problem, when I was ordering it, I asked what kind of drink it was, and I was told it contained pineapple, ginger along other ingredients. I was expecting it to be sweet, with a little bit of heat, like the normal pineapple and ginger juices I have had, but it was bitter and bland than I expected. I used a bottle of water to wash everything down and trust me when I was done, I was extremely satisfied.
The prices of their meals are not that bad, it is an average price of regular restaurants both mainland/island so that was a plus.
Radish is open on Mondays – Sundays from 9am till 10pm. It is located in the compound of The Maple Hotel.
Radish is opened daily from Mondays – Sundays from 9am till 10pm
Outdoor space, subtle interior, comfortable seats.
Had a lot of flavours, every bite was a memorable experience.
Parking was sufficient, due to the restaurant being located in the same space as the Maple Hotel.
Pricing is $ – Very pocket friendly
Total damage came to ₦13,000
Mozzarella sticks – ₦3,500
Chicken Fettuccine – ₦6,500
Water – ₦500
Ginger Fiesta – ₦2,500
View Restaurant Menus here
|Very good service, the waitress was well informed of her job.