The Clubhouse…the pride of Lifecamp. A lot of people don’t know much of anywhere in Life Camp, but they know about this place. Situated in Tak Estate, The Clubhouse is a popular restaurant that serves continental dishes. I went recently with a colleague from work after an extra long and hot day at work and running errands. We were both so hungry, as soon as we sat down and the waiter came we told him to just wait so we could order right away. The staff wasn’t that welcoming, but we were attended to quickly. At first I wasn’t sure what to get because the first time I was there, a long time ago, I think I ordered the curry chicken and it was not good. I finally decided on something fast and seemingly easy…chicken fajita sandwich (₦2300) with a glass of house white wine (₦1300). My friend ordered the chicken wrap (₦2300) with the clubhouse special (₦900) to drink. Due to our hunger, we added an order of buffalo chicken wings (₦1500).
Our drinks came out first with some groundnuts which helped with the hunger a bit. I was pretty disappointed when the wings came out because for ₦1500, they were so tiny. The sauce it came it was nice though. Didn’t really taste like buffalo sauce but it has a nice tangy, spicy taste to it. My sandwich was so yummy! The hoagie bread was warm and slightly toasted, the chicken was chopped into small sizes and sautéed with mushrooms, sweet corn, and onions…oh and the melted cheese topped it all up nicely. Our sandwiches came with fries and I used the chicken wing sauce as my fries dipping sauce…wonderful!
My friend on the other hand was not pleased at all. She hated her drink and struggled to drink it. She said it shouldn’t be called a clubhouse special because there was absolutely nothing special about it. She said the chicken wrap wasn’t that good either and her sister makes way better ones. Welp! I’m glad I didn’t have those problems. I was so full afterwards, I could barely walk out of the place.
All in all, Clubhouse is a chilled place. They have outdoor and indoor seating. It’s also a frequent spot to a lot of the expatriate community. I would stop by again, it was a good time for me.