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Crossroads - Eko Hotel And Suites

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  • 01 2772700-25
  • 01 460610
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1415 Adetokunbo Ademola Street, Victoria Island, Lagos
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  • Highlights

    Drinks & Nightlife, Eat Out
  • Cuisines

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    • Dinner
    • Fine Dining
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    • Romantic
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    • Fri06:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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    • Mon06:00 pm - 11:00 pm
    • Tue06:00 pm - 11:00 pm
    • Wed06:00 pm - 11:00 pm
    • Thu06:00 pm - 11:00 pm
    • Fri06:00 pm - 11:00 pmToday
    • Sat06:00 pm - 11:00 pm
    • Sun06:00 pm - 11:00 pm
  • Cost

    ₦ 20,000 for 2 persons (approx.)

Description

Crossroads is one of Nigeria’s leading Tex-Mex Restaurant and Bar in Lagos! The restaurant brings you a variety of traditional Mexican and Tex-Mex Cuisine. Serving tacos, enchiladas, burritos, our signature hot plate fajitas and more. Crossroads currently has the longest bar in Lagos and offers an array of exotic alcoholic beverages. The atmosphere is great for music, the vibrant foodie and margarita lover. We bring you the perfect Nightlife atmosphere within the confines of Eko Hotel And Suites.

Weekly Specials
- Wednesdays: TexMex Night with Unlimited Margaritas, Unlimited Tacos (from 7pm)
- Thursdays: Snap It, Sip It, Post It (from 7pm)
- Fridays: Tequi Buzz Friday with Unlimited Tequila (between 8pm – 11pm)

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Reviews for Crossroads - Eko Hotel And Suites

  • This is a little piece of Mexican Heaven! Decor is chic, classy and funky all at the same time. From the entrance, the first Crossroads experience that you’ll have is the Bar… and my oh my, it’s a pretty bar. This definitely wins the bar at Rhapsody hands down. I love how the high chairs are all decked out in different earthy tones – a Mexican twist on a chic classy bar.

    Right next to the bar, you’ll have a nice cozy lounge section. Again, they kept the ambiance perfect. Lights are dimmed but not dingy dim, music’s volume is comfortable… In fact, they had a live band jazzing up the place on the Friday that we were there. The place looks so warm and cozy throughout. Then I realized, it was the wood paneling on the walls. It brings such a warm feel to the whole space.

    The restaurant is on the lower deck inside space, with the same decor transcending throughout the space. However, the restaurant somehow, comes across rather sparse. Not that the decor wasn’t good.. it just came across more empty. Nevertheless, still really pretty.

    Service was immaculate. We were greeted very warmly by the waiting staff and were promptly shown to our table. Drinks and Food menu were similarly very swiftly handed out. All testaments to good staff training. Starting with the drinks menu, over 4 pages of cocktails…. YUMZ! There is of course, frozen margaritas, then you’ll get Mexican cocktails like Cuba Libre…. So well done Crossroads! Nailed the drinks! The array of food selection equally did not disappoint. There’s the typical Guacamole starters and more such as Tortilla soup which really showcase their focus on Mexican cuisine.

    Absolutely nothing to fault throughout! The food was SPOT ON! Mexican food can have the tendency to be very oily and heavy, but Crossroads delivered dish after dish of absolutely bliss! The tortilla chips that they served up with the Guacamole was divine! It was light and tasted so fresh! Made me cringe when i thought of the ones at Bottles. The Tortilla soup and Beef meatballs that followed were perfecto as well. The best highlight of the night was the Burrito and Chimichanga! The Carne Asada (Beef) was sssooooooo tender! It was light, fluffy and tasted so so so so so fresh! Throughout the meal, the waitress was 100% attentive and on point. This really topped up the whole experience.

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