Yellow Chilli



Yellow Chilli is a relaxing place to enjoy some of Nigeria's best loved dishes:beans and dodo; spicy stewed snails; peppersoup and efo-riro(spinach, fish and meat in a spicy sauce), executed to a mouth watering standard.

For the more conservative, there is also an Out of Africa menu, offering mushroom chicken and spicy tropical prawns.

Yellow Chilli Restaurant is one of the most sophisticated restaurants that offers tasty Nigerian dishes.

The restaurant is very popular for lunch. And if you're not in the mood for Nigerian but all your friends are, then choose a yummy dish from their intercontinent

You get only the best of the Nigerian food, such as the gelatinous Ogbono Soup with crayfish or the Ofada Stew.

There is no hype, just a normal, local and affordable African restaurant with high quality food and very nice service.

The restaurant has two rooms - one small dining area that leads to a larger area which contains a bar and bigger main dining space.


27 Oju Olobun Close, Victoria Island, Lagos-State, 23401

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