Jevinik Restaurant (VI) located in Lagos has over 25 years in business and has acquired ample culinary experience to serve you with homemade mouth-watering African-style delicacies in a cozy environment and at a reasonable price. Jevinik’s unique style of cooking is boundless, as our wide range of meals cut across cultures in Nigeria and Africa.
Let’s take you on a ride to CALABAR with our specially prepared Efik dishes such as Abak, Afang Edikang Ikong, Editang, Afia Efera and many more. Every day is a new day with our DAILY SPECIALS. We get creative in the preparation of our bespoke specials like Mama’s delight, Fisherman soup, Uziza soup, Snail soup, White soup, Eforiro and Banga.
Feel free to ‘GO LOKO’ with our Local delicacy menu which includes Ishiewu, Abacha, Nkwobi, Ugba, Ukwa, Yam & Pepper soup.
With over 10 branches in 5 major cities in Nigeria, we mean business. Our team of highly skilled and efficient staff strength guarantees your satisfaction as you dine with us.
The place was barely half full, yet staff were scarce.
Eventually, a waiter arrived. None of the first 4 drink items were available AT MONDAY LUNCH TIME!!!!
And no I wasn't looking for dragon's breath or saliva of a unicorn, but fresh juice, Fayrouz and packet juice - small or large.
Then came the food. My first 2 options were either not being served that day or had run out. The food we did order was not the best. The jollof is the worst I have tasted anywhere in Lagos and my brother was convinced it is reheated from the microwave from leftover.
The panla was inedible and as dental costs are not cheap in Lagos, I asked for them to make it softer The waiter thought it was a joke, then later explained that it would water down the taste. Then he said he had to get the supervisor - who took and age to come - and then did what the waiter had said would happen. The panla came back slightly less hard, but with the taste a distant memory. He didn't even bother to wait and ask if I was ok. I told him I was still not happy and he just walked off!
The lesson learnt is that looking at other tables, NOBODY was eating rice - so maybe their swallow is better but I was not impressed with their stews either.