A fine dining restaurant known as Cilantro Lagos opened its doors to customers in March 2021, with a mission to change the Indian cuisine narrative in Nigeria.
Located in no 7, Musa Yar Adua Street, Victoria Island Lagos, Nigeria, we decided to take a look and give a review.
LAYOUT AND AMBIENCE OF CILANTRO LAGOS RESTAURANT
There is an incredibly positive energy that exudes from Cilantro. A long row of well-lit fountains and thick palms welcomes you from the gate to the main entrance, leading to a beautiful wooden desk.
From there, you can stroll into their magnificent outdoor space, a magical garden. It’s hard not to be drawn to the garden. The space is simply beautiful.
The combination of the stunning landscaping made up of giant palm trees, flowers sprouting along the perimeter and the centerpiece fountain, all perfectly lit to highlight the beauty of the outdoor space, will leave you reluctant to ever leave!
Inside is equally impressive.
The indoor dining space is adorned with elegantly crafted wood throughout, giving it a warm classic feel.
The large glass-walled grill section on one side of the restaurant is a stark contrast to the rest of the space. A graffitied wall adds some spice to the interior of the restaurant, a little attitude to an otherwise sophisticated space. Cilantro thought of every detail.
Intercontinental: Smoke barbeque wings, chicken tenders spring rolls, plain nan, Peshawari Nan, and many more
Indian cuisine: masala papad, vegetable samosas, Kai chi, fish 65, Paneer 65, and more.
Shrimp or chicken fried rice
Sandwiches and burgers
Grills and more with a price range of 3000 to 12,000 naira budget.
Offering nuggets, fish fingers, and mac & cheese with a price range of 3000 to 5000 naira budget.
Freshly squeezed juice
Beer and more.
It’s a place we would recommend for your friends and family.