Lagos Hotspots – Going on a date? Rhapsody’s is it!

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Rhapsody’s has a gorgeous atmosphere. Located in Ikeja City Mall in Alausa, the restaurant is known for its romantic settings, a perfect place for a date. You can enjoy a lovely afternoon or evening with their overall fine food and service. Instead of settling for a fruit juice, you can woo your crush with exquisite wine. If you love seafood, you will certainly enjoy the experience. 

Are you thinking of dining at the Rhapsody’s? One of the best dishes on the menu is chicken espetada. According to Wikipedia, the espetada is a typical Portuguese dish made usually of large chunks of beef rubbed in garlic and salt, skewered onto a bay leaf stick cooked over hot coals or wood chips. Other meats including pork and chouriço, which are also commonly used, but there are also other types like those made from squid.

The dish can be served on a skewer, which hangs from a hook on a stand as it is presented to you.

Rhapsody’s also offers drinks- wins, red wines, fruit juice, water, squashes, beverages, Andre, spirits, etc.

Reputed as a restaurant of South African origin with two branches in Lagos – one at Ikeja City Mall, Alausa and the other on Agoro Odiyan Street, Victoria Island, Rhapsody’s has a black and cream theme with lots of glass and mirrors everywhere.  It feels a bit like a restaurant on a spaceship but with pop music. 

Rhapsody’s offers salads, burgers, beef, chicken and fish dishes but what makes Rhapsody’s different is its extensive wine list. 

Rhapsody’s tiramisu looked and tasted great and sure, you’ll love the cocktail from Rhapsody’s Rainbow. The cocktail is like a little blue iceberg floating on an orange- and red-coloured lake.

The food at Rhapsody’s is good and having a meal at Rhapsody’s is worth it. Just make sure you take along more money than you think you’ll need.