Overall, I would say we enjoyed our food and had leftovers - some of their dishes are BIG. Everything came up to just about N20,000.00. Would I say the food is over-priced? I don't know. The simple fact is that the ambiance is a big part of the pricing. I expected that we'd spend about that much, so I was not surprised at the bill. But there's a reason it's a fine dining restaurant - to collect your well-earned money :p
A couple of things I have to note: It took too long between our appetizer and main course. I started getting weak at a point because I was so hungry. The other point is I think it would be a good idea to come and get drinks with friends or a date - the piano player, Simon, is reeeeeeeeeeeally good! Have you heard the piano version of Ojuelegba?! So pretty!
Mega Chicken food is pretty much always good. The only down side I would mention is that sometimes (especially weekends and evenings) it gets too crowded, and paying at the till can be a hassle. I've never eaten at the Chinese section, but I had some takeaway and it wasn't bad at all.
I like Spice Route mainly for the ambiance. The food isn't bad at all, although it's not the best Indian food in Lagos. Their cocktails are always on point for me.