Went there on a Monday Afternoon so the place was pretty empty. The service was pretty quick and we were able to get our food without waiting too long. It seems that the menu choices differ between the main location ( in the hotel) and the rooftop, as we were told there were certain food items that weren't available at this particular location. They should create different menus for the two locations.
One very hot Saturday afternoon, which also happened to be Valentine’s Day, all I wanted was a margarita so my friend and I set out to Traffic. When we got there, we found out they had decorated and were having a little Valentine’s Day thing.
The Traffic menu is quite pricey and I wasn’t in the mood to overspend so I ordered noodles and egg (N1650) and a strawberry daiquiri (N2000) to drink. I really wanted a margarita, but they didn’t have flavored ones, just the regular so I opted for the daiquiri. My friend ordered Pesto Pasta (N600) and a Caribbean long island (N1500). My noodles tasted good, it would have been quite disappointing if they messed up noodles and egg. My drink was quite weak, but it was very sweet. My friend’s pasta was very oily, but a typical taste for Pesto. Her drink contrary to mine had entirely too much alcohol in it. That’s not surprising for a Long Island though. She had to request more coke or sprite be added.
The staff was very nice and attentive. Frequently checking on us and making sure we were comfortable, as we were sitting outside. The highlight of the afternoon was when the owner sent over a bottle of wine to us. It was a very welcoming gesture and we drank it all appreciatively. All in all, I like Traffic and this wasn’t my first time there nor will it be my last time.