In the spirit of exploring, I took a trip downtown Lagos (that’s just to sound diverse, lol) to try something from Zoe’s Bistro in Ikoyi. For starters, I do think the name of this spot is classy and basic- Zoe’s Bistro. The part that wasn’t so fun was how I had troubles locating the place due to inconsistent numbering, I would put the blame on Lagos numbering body, if that exists. Anyways, back to the hotttt food gist. Zoe’s bistro did blow my mind and I blew theirs right back with my order because I had to be sure “all” the meal options were as nice as the first. Sit tight to see my meal and cram my order for your turn.
I wasn’t exaggerating when I said I got quite a number of things.
Pancakes + Bacon + Scrambled Eggs: The pancakes were really tasty, I loved the presentation. The eggs were great, but the bacons were a bit too spicy for me.
Waffles + Bacon + Spanish Omelette Eggs: The waffles were good, not too soggy and the blend of strawberry and blueberry was a great addition. The omelette was great and spiced to perfection.
I got Cheese rolls for starter, (let’s pull the honest card out, I didn’t go alone). I am starting to envision you asking how I finished all that I ordered. The main dish was Pesto Pasta, it was really good and the portion was filling, I loved it. We got Zoe’s Mocktail as the drink, from its name, it is the bistro’s signature. It was alright. Alright is my word for “exactly what/how it should be”, nothing more or less.
Caramel Milkshake and Hot Chocolate: Both drink tasted alright.
I fell in love with the incredibly cozy and picturesque atmosphere, and the exceptionally friendly staff. If you are familiar with me, you would know that I love when staff are well trained and enlightened on every dish that they serve the public. Zoe’s bistro had her staff explaining various dishes and all that it came with, which I really loved.
FOODIE IN LAGOS RATING: 7/10
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