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When you hear of the city Abuja, the first two words that come to your head is luxury and relaxation. We second that opinion!

Abuja is a blend of chic, extravagant and class, all in one, from the way its occupants live, down to the dining.

Speaking of dining, we have made a list of go-to restaurants in Abuja, that not only spells opulence from customer service to aesthetic space, but also serves you mouthwatering cuisines, made by the finest chefs.



The Pavilion Restaurant

The Pavilion restaurant is set up inside Atelier Hotel in Asokoro, Abuja. Asides the amazing cuisines available for breakfast, brunch and dinner choices, you will be blown away with beautiful outdoor greenery, with cool background music to give you the maximum relaxation you desire.

However, if you feel like you don’t want to step out and still want to satisfy your tastebuds, they offer swift delivery and takeouts.




Located at the serene lakeside of Jabi Mall, Cilantro has distinguished themselves as the perfect go-to restaurants for Asian, Indian and vegetarian cuisines.

If you are looking to experience other cultures through food, be rest assured that you’re in safe hands here.




Strobriē by Joanne


Strobriē is, without doubt, one of the most aesthetic restaurants in Abuja, located in Garki. Not only does it stand out for its bohemian themed decor, it is also well known for its speciality in bakery/confectionery; cakes, cookies, scones, whatever satisfies your sweet tooth!


Vanilla Restaurant and Lounge


Vanilla Abuja is what you call Abuja luxury. Its laid-back ambience and tasteful furnishing set the mood for a relaxed cocktail with friends or brandy with colleagues.

They have a very extensive cocktail menu made with the traditional recipes, but sometimes they can’t help but add a twist. They also offer a selection of fine cigars and finger food from the restaurant kitchen.




4 Guys Restaurant


4 Guys is an upscale restaurant located in Wuse 2, Abuja, that specializes in Japanese, Chinese and Italian cuisine.

The space has an industrial vibe with exposed pipes, wooden beams, dim lighting and bold Edison bulbs, complete with an interesting display of their wine rack.

If you are looking for more than just eating and lounging, then the Teppanyaki experience will keep you on your toes. From the fire tricks to knives tricks to juggling eggs, the Teppanyaki chef has a whole lot more under his sleeves!


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