List of some notable restaurants to get fast food in Lagos,
KFC, Ikeja City Mall, Alausa
Despite the recent swath of KFC closures, this is one branch that remains very popular. It is Located at the eternally busy Ikeja City Mall at Obafemi Awolowo Way, Ikeja. This is a very nice place for a quick bite on the way to explore the mall or visit the cinema. It uses its limited space smartly, providing a private and surprisingly spacious seating area for customers. Of course, as this is KFC, you must be prepared to spend a little bit more. The cheapest meal on the menu will set you back by N1000, excluding drinks and extras.
Sweet Sensation, Opebi Road, Ikeja
The location is what makes this Sweet Sensation outlet well you know….”sweet”. It is smack in the middle of the Ikeja business district, just before the roundabout demarcating Opebi from Allen Avenue. If you live or work around here, you can swing by and enjoy their quick service. The menu offers pastries, savoury treats and continental dishes at reasonable prices. You will also enjoy the comfy ambience in this well-maintained restaurant.
Mr Biggs, Diya St, Gbagada
Let’s face it, Mr Biggs may be well past its glory days but this particular outlet bucks the trend. This small but well-run operation is sited on Diya Street in Gbagada. It is targeted at traffic from the high street and nearby residential neighbourhoods. Space is at a premium here, so parking can be a problem, but there are no other significant issues. Service is usually quick, and the restaurant is kept meticulously clean, comfortable and air-conditioned.
Road Chef, Admiralty Way, Lekki Phase 1
Now, this is one fast food restaurant that makes no bones whatsoever about targeting the premium end of the market. From its location to its eye-watering menu prices, this is not a budget eat by any means. Even the potatoes are imported.
What you do get though, is an experience that is unmatched in Lagos. The food is genuinely outstanding, and quality is never compromised. There is also the very handy drive-through service, which is perfect for a quick takeaway on the way home. At N2,700 a pop on average, this is by far the most expensive restaurant on this list, but you know what? It’s actually worth it.