A Quick Visit To The Alley | Food |

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I was invited for a food testing by this amazing restaurant The Alley By Zuri, at first I was beyond excited because it wasn’t long ago I started writing about food and for a restaurant to invite little whole me, I was so shocked, thank you everyone for reading, commenting and liking my posts, you gave me this opportunity.
The Alley is a restaurant and lounge, it’s located at No 4B Adeyemo Alakija Street, Victoria Island, Lagos Nigeria.
It was formerly known as “Fisherman’s Daughter” but somehow the name got changed and honestly I like this one better, on getting to this very small yet beautiful restaurant even though it was a struggle to get there (I blame both my taxify driver and the map) I still got to take some really amazing photo in natural light.
I got there really late but I was literally right on time says the pretty lady that welcomed me, I opted for the jollof rice (because it was Saturday and I wasn’t invited to any party, I had to console myself), with alot of spicy chicken wings with a cold bottle of water

I was served an Italian spaghetti on the house which tasted so yummy…

My meal cost exactly N2050 which to me is a reasonable price but I wish the rice was more though, major foodie problem, I will definitely pay them a visit again.
The graffiti/mural painting on the wall inside the compound is truly beautiful.

There was enough parking space that would accommodate about 8-10 cars, that’s alot and in Lagos that is a blessing.
Did I mention that both indoor and outdoor are #Instagramable? Beautiful ambiance with minimal interior, Although I didn’t take alot of photos but below are some I could snap in short notice.

This place is perfect for Sunday brunching, although I went on a Saturday(which felt like a Sunday), I also loved and appreciated the kind and very sweet customer’s service they gave, beautiful people, good manner of approach and delicious food will forever make anyone happy.

I am beyond glad and excited that Nigerian chefs and food connaisseur are putting alot of efforts in making Nigerian food more enjoyable and affordable, would you like to visit The Alley? do you like the mural painting? What do you love most about The Alley? Is it because their affordable food or instagramable space?

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