APPETITE SNATCHED BY DECOR: REVIEW OF THE GRID LAGOS, IKEJA
The goal behind setting up a restaurant/lounge clearly goes beyond providing food and drinks but more importantly establishing a very decent space as The Grid Lagos has it. You will agree with me that restaurants no longer come to mind only when we want to eat out but also when we want to take nice pictures or should I speak for myself?
I was to assist a friend for his photo shoot and The Grid happens to be his desired location because of the tasty decor there. I could swear it was a place I would really love to see on hearing that.
Located at 6 Thomas Ajufo street, off Opebi link bridge, Ikeja, the simple choice of designs which made their way to be grand gives all the feeling of warmth and lush you can ask for.
The welcoming wall art which depicts a typical Lagos scenery appears to me like a reminder to commit to relaxation regardless of the hustle and bustle.
An arrary of sinless paintings innocently laid to the wall suggest a place where you can have a quiet work time.
A level-headed music volume was maintained over the cozy corners just how I like it. The space was finely partitioned into different seating spaces including a dinning hall with an artwork looking you boldly in the eyes and an outdoor set up too.
Their attendants served our drinks with the speed of light as we kicked in to the photo shoot which held bold inside and outside the lounge.
Everywhere you turn to at The Grid Lagos will welcome you with fantastic decor, even their price catalogue is a work of art.
Their drinks were deservingly chilled and I have no BUTs about the place.
See more photos, tell me if you’ve been there before?