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Restaurants – Are you a visitor or perhaps living in Lagos, Nigeria, and looking for restaurants near me? Look no further, Investors King has compiled a list of the best restaurants in Lagos for your convenience.

Their addresses are detailed for dine-in and takeaway service options while their phone numbers are provided for delivery.

Bukka Hut – Fast Food Restaurant

Bukka Hut is one of Nigeria’s leading restaurants and was incorporated in July 2011 as Bukkha Hospitality Limited. The restaurant opened its first outlet as a diner-only outlet on August 1, 2011 and since opened 13 different restaurants with more to come.

Each of the restaurants offers a wide variety of meals that delivers an original taste of homemade meals while prioritizing health hygiene.

Address: Block 69A, Plot, 8 Admiralty Way, Lekki Phase I 106104, Lekki
Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 2AM
Phone: 0700 055 0055
Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · No-contact delivery

Reviews: Ashley Nwadigo “the food was so good! Service was also great! The restaurant was very clean as well. I would definitely eat here again.Bukka HutBrideba Tamaraukuro who opted for the delivery service option, had this to say “The food was amazing but by the time I was done eating it all nutrients were to refuel the time I had used to call customer service and wait for the food. I kept calling the customer service and they still couldn’t remember the correct order. The embarrassing part was when the delivery guy asked me for money due to the mix up at the office when I had already paid for the food before ordering.”

On his part, Miracle Emeka-Nkwor said “The attendants were welcoming and patient. The meal was also tasty and if you’re like me who can’t afford to eat much, you’ll have to request a take-out when you’re eventually full.”

De Bull Restaurant & Bar

Located within Legend Hotel Lagos Airport, De Bull Restaurant & Bar offers world class local and international cuisine perfect for corporate and leisure travelers alike. Styled with cool wooden toned nuances, De Bull sits amidst stunning airfield views. Easily one of the best restaurants in town.

Guests can enjoy bold culinary experiences with skilled service personnel on hand to guide their choices to ensure the perfect pairing. Flight catering for private jet airlines is also available.De Bull Restaurant

Located in: Legend Hotel Lagos Airport, Curio Collection by Hilton

Address: Quits Aviation Free Trade Zone Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos

Hours: Closes 10PM ⋅ Opens 6:30AM

Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · Delivery

Reviews – Ayodele Olalekan “De Bull is an amazing restaurant. It deserves the Michelin 2-star designation. Firstly, it is located in an exquisite hotel with executive level services and a private jet hangar for business guests. It has an amazing view of the MMIA runway. The car park is very spacious. There is a security unit at the door, so you are well covered for security. At the car park, you also have to provide your information. Security is 💯”

Aderayo Akindipe “Amazing restaurant, Great customer service, Super beautiful place for a first date
The chicken and chips was really good and the cocktail perfect. The view is beautiful it makes you feel rich even if Sapa dey . Their take out packaging is also nice. All together it was a really good stay.”

Ocean Basket, Ikeja GRA

At Ocean Basket Ikeja GRA you’ll find friendly people, a home-from-home feeling and great value for your hard-earned bucks.

Ocean basket

Address: 58c Isaac John St, Ikeja GRA 101233, Lagos
Hours: Closes soon ⋅ 10:30PM ⋅ Opens 10:30AM Tue
Menu: nigeria.oceanbasket.com
Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · Delivery

Folashade Adegoke “I absolutely love Ocean basket. They have great food, courteous staff and a very neat environment. I had the famous fish, chips, and an extra portion of fried yam. It was of great quality and very budget friendly. I highly recommend.”

Esther Adeola Seriki “I have always wanted a cozy cottage for me and my friends to unwind, catch up and have fun. I checked several restaurants, called some, called Ocean Basket and got an impressive response.
Others weren’t so sure but I was able to convince them we use the place for the hangout. The memories we had there will forever be cherished and I am happy Ocean Basket is part of the story.”

Pondicheri – Indian Restaurant

Pondicheri is one of those multicultural restaurants with a diverse presentation from ambiance to food.

Pondicheri

Address: 2 Folayemi St, Ilupeju 102215, Lagos
Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 11PM
Phone: 0906 800 8000
Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · Delivery

Reviews – Joshua Obiabo Ehoche “I ended up coming to Pondicheri after visiting two other Indian Restaurants in the hope of a good.dinner. I have to say I was blown away from the entrance, beautiful scenery, amazing ambience, beautiful artworks, very clean environment and well as clean toilets. Then the food as well was amazing and the crux of it was the manager came to check to see if we were comfortable. That’s exemplary service. Food is very affordable for the class and quality of service. Totally recommend I left full and happy.”

kevwe ighomereho “This is a very cozy place for a dinner with the family, the gang or your lover.

The food is tasty, if you love cilantro you would definitely love this place.

Always try their naan cheese, it’s the best!!”

La Giara Restaurant – Italian restaurant

La Giara is one of the best restaurants in Lagos. Beautifully sited on the ground floor of the popular Sheraton Hotel Ikeja, this is easily one of the best Italian restaurants around.

La Giara Restaurant

Located in: Sheraton Lagos Hotel

Address: 30 Mobolaji Bank Anthony Way, Maryland 021189, Ikeja
Hours: Closes soon ⋅ 10:30PM ⋅ Opens 5:30PM Tue
Phone: 01 280 0100
Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · Delivery

Reviews – “I ordered the lasagna which was delicious, the pizza and stuffed mushrooms. The stuffed mushrooms tasted terrible but everything else was great. I love how nice and helpful the waiter was and how quickly our food was brought.”

Christabella Alegbe ” Best pasta in Lagos. The staffs are really nice and they always help recommend the best”

Labule Restaurant

Labule is another modern quick-service restaurant with a wide variety of local Nigerian delicacies. Labule takes pride in its deep cultural heritage and its sole aim is to provide customers with delicious home-cooked meals. Labule meals are freshly prepared daily.

Located in: Jara shopping mall
Address: 22 Simbiat Abiola Way, Ikeja 101233, Lagos
Hours: Closes soon ⋅ 9PM ⋅ Opens 9AM Fri
Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · Delivery

Reviews – According to Topmost “The food was fresh, properly prepared and a great value for the price. I highly recommend Labule Restaurant to the world at large

Faheedah Adediran, however, has this to say “The prices of ‘swallow’ are outrageously expensive for the quality they offer. I don’t recommend it.”

Omololu Ojomo corroborates Topmost’s position by saying “The love I have for Labule these days ehn! Their Amala is the best so far and their Ewa Agoyin and the sauce is just 100% The environment is also very neat and they observe all Covid19 protocols which is a plus. The only thing you may want to be conscious of is their payment method. They seem to always over calculate when their ringing you up. I’ve been charged for more stuff that I bought in the past but I’m always quick to catch stuff like this(the Nigerian in me) so you may want to crosscheck the receipt they give you when you’re about to pay.

Robstone Bar and Restaurant

Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · Delivery
Address: 24 Oduduwa Way, Ikeja GRA 101233, Ikeja
Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 12AM
Phone: 0903 788 8888

Reviews – Shammah Godoz “Some of the nicest security people live here. They let me take photos of the place. Small looking exterior but the insides expand like the mouth of a mollusc. (I was going to go for a worm but I forget the biological name).”

Joseph Ukpong “Used to be Londoners, the ambiance is changed now. I miss the old look and bar attendants. But the food is goooood!!! The chef is still there.”

The Place Restaurant

The Place Restaurant is the place to go when you’re looking for amazing treat, delicious meal selections, and an extensive menu of high quality food–all in a fun, casual, accommodating setting.

Address: Lagos NG, 45 Isaac John St, GRA 101233, Ikeja
Hours: Closes soon ⋅ 10PM ⋅ Opens 8AM Fri
Phone: 0813 656 8455
Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · No-contact delivery

Reviews – Daniel Oluwatosin Ayedun said “The place restaurant located inside Ikeja GRA.

One of the best restaurants in that vicinity.
They have different kinds of food ranging from local dishes to international ones.
The restaurant is clean, tidy and there is enough space inside to dine if you decided to eat there.
Their customer service is good too.
Their food is delicious.
My experience here was great”

Sophia Salem has this to say “Nice place but the food isn’t much, I hope to also get proper customer service from the workers next time…they were too busy gisting to attend to me on time”

Spur Nigeria

Founded in 1967 in South Africa, Spur is one of the leading restaurants in Africa. It offers customers a warm, relaxed dining experience in a comfortable, family-friendly environment. Spur Nigeria pride itself in being a world-class family restaurant, consistently delivering excellent quality to all our customers”

Located in: Landmark House
Address: Landmark Building, 56B Isaac John St, Ikeja GRA, Ikeja
Hours: Closes soon ⋅ 10PM ⋅ Opens 8AM Fri
To Order visit: spurnigeria.com
Phone: 0913 890 3190
Service options: Dine-in · Takeaway · No-contact delivery

Reviews – Olagoke Tobi said “The Ambience was great and when we went it was really empty and we had the waiter attend to us properly.

Here are a couple of things to note my last visit; the 25k platter is more than enough for 2 people.

the vegetable salad is pretty much grass with just lettuce and very little carrot.

the meatballs is spicy and you’d enjoy it.

If you don’t take alcohol (the wine in the platter) they can help with milkshake and juice (if they have) but I don’t think it translate in value to the cost of the wine.

If you are just 2, the 22k platter is fine.”

Chika Nzekwe, another customer of Spur Nigeria, said “I have loved every single visit to Spur because every meal has been a hit. Usually, I’d go for the jollof rice on every visit because I like my meals safe but i opted for a burger and it was the absolute best. If you’re a first timer at the restaurant, you should try any of the burgers. I had the cheese and bacon burger(double), it was nicely done and tastes great. The meals are moderately priced, the portions are generous and the ambience is warm and cozy. If you’re looking for a nice s”

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Brain Drain is Really Brain Gain in Greece

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By Dimitris Tsingos, Founder, Starttech Ventures

The tech talent shortage in Greece is often blamed on the so-called “brain drain”. But I see nothing wrong with software engineers from Greece moving to other countries and exploring opportunities there.

It is a necessary step for progress, development, and modernization, writes Dimitris Tsingos, Founder of Starttech Ventures, a Greek network of start-up companies.

The so-called brain drain has been observed in many countries, not just in countries in the Middle East and Africa but also in my country Greece. Hundreds of thousands of highly skilled young professionals have migrated after the financial crisis in search of better prospects in more developed economies.

The real problem lies in the unidirectional nature of the flow; many skilled workers leave, and fewer are coming to our countries to work in them.

Traditionally “brain drain” has been considered quite a significant problem. To put it simply, it is thought to be wrong. What if we looked at it from another perspective? Could this phenomenon bring something good? Could we talk about “brain gain” instead of “brain drain”?

Countries that have continuously experienced high economic growth, such as China and India, demonstrate that the mobility of a high-skilled workforce can play a decisive role in improving the home country’s economy. And on top of that, modernizing its society.

You see, many of them will finally return home. Others will stay there and act as ambassadors and ‘bridges’ between the home and the host nation. Also, many send money home to their families (called remittances). As the world bank states: “there is strong and unambiguous evidence that supports the argument that remittances alleviate poverty in developing countries.”

Many studies also show that diversity in the form of people from different walks of life, with different experiences and networks from other countries, helps companies grow faster and find new opportunities. Many of our companies witness that the diversity in their teams contributes immensely to the company’s creative output.

It is just a different point of view: The mobility of people is in many ways good for the world! When mobility increases, new opportunities will present themselves while old ones disappear.

At Starttech Ventures, we recognized the power of “brain gain” long ago. In our portfolio companies in Athens, we already employ individuals of more than twelve nationalities who, for various reasons, decided to move and work here. And we encourage people to see opportunities in other parts of the world. So, we would be happy for people from Greece to find work in start-ups in different countries and vice versa. That would make us learn more from each other and strengthen ties between our countries, helping both economies grow.

I firmly believe that there’s no reason for our countries not to be able to attract skilled workers that want to live and work in them. There are many fabulous places worldwide with a booming tech scene, and we should help more people worldwide know about the opportunities we provide. And we could work together to do that.

Thus, we are proud to announce the Work-in-Greece initiative, which aims to support the relocation of innovative Software Engineers that want to work in Greece. And, with that, build stronger ties and collaborations between companies in both countries to mutually benefit all societies!

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Immigration Service Orders Passport Offices to Work on Saturday

Passport offices to work on Saturdays across the country amid the surge in demand

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Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has directed passport offices across the country to work on Saturday amid the surge in demand for international passports. 

The directive which was contained in a statement released yesterday by the Public Relations Officer, Mr. Tony Akuneme, noted that the directive is aimed to enable the Service to reduce the backlog occasioned by the 2020 and 2021 prolonged lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“The CG has directed that passport offices across the country with a high volume of pending applications to work on Saturdays. (However), the Saturdays preceding the Christmas and New Year holidays are exempted.

“The period for this exercise is expected to be every Saturday commencing from December 3, 2022, to January 28, 2023, between the period of 10 am and 2 pm,” the statement partly read.

Investors King understands that Nigerians have been going through a long queue while trying to acquire an international passport. In some cases, it could take as long as four to six months.

This long queue has created room for racketeering. A standard passport which normally costs N26,000 is being done at the rate of N50,000. It could be as high as N70,000 to N100,000 in some cities such as Abuja and Lagos.

According to the statement, the Controller-General of the immigration service has also approved the deployment of the Passport Controller in Ekiti to Jigawa, while the one in Ondo was moved to NIS Zonal Office in Ibadan.

The CG added that he will hold passport officers accountable for any acts of indiscipline by officers under their watch.

Meanwhile, the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has cautioned Nigerians on the dangers of irregular migration, so as not to waste their future. 

The CG who gave the advice disclosed that the service will intensify its efforts to sensitize Nigerians on the danger of irregular migration.

He noted that most of the victims are being brainwashed by travel agents who only care about making money from such trips. 

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Passengers Groan as Air Tickets Increase by More than 100%

The price of Jet A1 which was N200 in December 2021 is currently sold at N800 per liter

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Travelers have lamented the arbitrary increase in air tickets. The increase which has now caused one-way tickets from Abuja to Lagos to rise above N150,00 has been blamed on the scarcity of aviation fuel also known as Jet A1. 

The price of Jet A1 which was N200 in December 2021 is currently sold at N800 per liter. The increase is mostly due to scarcity and the rise in foreign exchange.

A check by Investors King on the booking pages of some domestic airlines shows that a one-way trip from Abuja to Lago on Air peace Airlines costs between 65,000 to 150,000 depending on the flight schedule. 

On Air peace, Lagos to Anambra on 23rd of December  2023, goes for N150,000.

Similarly, while a lot of near-date seats have been sold out on MaxAir, medium-distance date ranges between N65,000 to 80,000 nairas.

The same thing goes for Dana Airlines. A check on Dana Airlines shows between N66,000 to N85,000 from Abuja to Lagos on an economy ticket. 

According to some industry experts, other factors that are driving the price of air tickets include the demand that often comes with the yuletide period.

Looking at the available seats, it is obvious that many people had already booked seats ahead of the festive period. Additionally, the demand for air tickets was also driven by the political season. 

Investors King understands that campaign activities often drive the demand for air tickets as politicians and their supporters move from one state to the other. 

Furthermore, the Nigerian aviation industry is faced with high operating costs, taxes, and surcharges. 

Airlines also have to pay for landing costs and multiple aviation agencies’ charges among others. 

It will be recalled that in February 2022, Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON) pegged one-way ticket fares to a minimum of N50,000 amid the scarcity and sharp rise in the price of aviation fuel. 

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