• Good place for a hangout after work. Tuesdays are less crowded, but you get to enjoy unlimited chicken and beer (all the chicken or beer you can eat/drink!). Wednesdays are a bit too crowded for me, except you're looking to run into a bunch of people.
  • very nice place by the lagoon with high quality live music and great suya. Great place for hangouts, only might get a bit too loud when live music is on - don't expect to have a fruitful conversation, it's more like a concert than a bar.
  • Their fish dodo is legendary
  • Hands down the best bar in Lekki! Their peppered snails are to die for and their Suya is sooo good. The owners are really awesome also. Great spot to chill and they even have live music on certain nights. A must visit!
  • This place is THE spot in VI! Food is on point, service is on point, drinks are on point. The owner is one cool dude.
  • I came here on a Wednesday night with friends, and I'll be honest, I hadn't heard of The Winehouse before that day. As is true with many good spots in Ikoyi, it's tucked away in a very obscure high-walled compound, with no signage at the front gate. The people in our party were the only patrons there, but there were roughly twenty of us, so, it was a sizable crowd. The venue is relatively small, but not tiny - cozy is how I would best describe it. It definitely has more of a loungey-feel than would a regular wine bar. We had called ahead of time to make reservations, but needed to make adjustments to the furniture arrangements, to accommodate our larger group. The staff were very helpful in obliging our request. The wine list is pretty extensive and the offerings cover the spectrum of affordability - you will likely find something to your tastes that won't leave a hole in your wallet. The food menu is one page long and covers a lot of the regular fare. However, I was surprised to find that there were no sharing platters on the menu. We were told that if our party wanted one, we had to basically order each of the individual items and they would all be arranged and served on a tray (weird!). I think they're missing out on an opportunity there. For a cozy place to unwind after a long day at work with a glass of wine and great company, I highly recommend The Winehouse (. . . on a Wednesday night).
  • I've been here with friends on both a Friday and Saturday night. I would recommend coming on a Saturday as it is their most popular karaoke night. Be aware that it does get pretty packed so prepare to be there a bit earlier in the night.Great place to grab some affordable drinks before heading to the club. I have never eaten there but the food looked good and I believe they also have a shawarma delivery service associated with the restaurant. Karaoke sign up is very user friendly. There is a touchscreen to the left where you can select the song you want to sing and then you can sign up below it. When it is your turn to perform your name will flash at the bottom of the screen. If you pick a good oldie the crowd will join in with you :)
  • It's nice to have a place in Ikeja G.R.A where you could be causual, grab a meal and be on your way in a good amount of time during the day. My brother and I dropped in here to try out Rodizzio's newly renovated restaurant and bar. We bought got cups of coffee and I tried the pancake breakfast which was very nice and quite unique. During the day, the vibe was very laidback. The staff was also friendly and cordial. I will have to go there at night to experience their service when it is a little bit busier. Overall, it was a good experience. Will definitely go back.
  • Location is pretty nice except on busy nights when parking becomes a hassle. The food was good but the cocktail I ordered "Moscow Mule" was terribly made probably due to a lack or ginger beer and ginger ale at the facility. Generally, it's a nice place to dine and catch up with friends if you get there in time to secure a good table. Service was about average and the restroom was pleasantly sanitized. If you don't like Moscow mules and don't mind having your ears ravaged by constant loud music (seems to be a trend in Lagos), this is definitely the place for you.