Review:- Petit Paris Cafe.

Hey guys! So on Thursday I finally got to visit petit paris cafe. Lmaoo I spent the whole of 2017 procrastinating this because I honestly feel like Lekki is too far from me. I mean coming from the mainland,it’s actually quite a distance so I always stick to Ikoyi/Victoria island axis. However on Thursday, Kylie,Kaykay and I were to visit my aunt in Lekki so I decided to have a quick visit to one of the places I had been putting off. So I chose petit paris. Read all about my experience below.

Road Network /Surroundings.

It is located on No.7, Taiye Olowu, off Victoria Arobieke (off admiralty way) , Lekki phase 1, Lagos. If you stay in Lekki already , you probably won’t be stuck in holdup for long but if you’re coming from somewhere else you may experience a bit of traffic.


I love how simple it is and the fact that it has various compartments. There’s an outdoor sit out and a part that’s like a mini-lounge, as well as an indoor space which has got cute paintings of the Eiffel Tower. They had old school rap music playing which I loved haha. I only managed to get a picture of the outdoor section , check it out below,

The mini lounge setting is cute!


I ordered their fried rice but somehow the waiter claimed I said jollof rice and brought that instead. But jollof rice owns our hearts so I guess it was okay. I didn’t like the fact that it was totally plain with no slicing in it and I also didn’t like the chicken. Infact my meal wasn’t befitting at all. Glad I had my pineapple juice to complement it. Kylie had their pasta and sauce while Kaykay had their fried rice. Took a picture of our spread, scroll down;

Customer Service.

I feel like they don’t have enough waiters. Maybe because it’s quite small and never even crowded but there was just one lady indoor and no one in the outdoor section. The lady inside obviously didn’t even notice anyone come in. We had to go inside to get her attention. The meals were prepared quickly thankfully.


I don’t really remember but I think it was about N2500 for the rice and N1500 for the juice. Fair enough yes? Their food is generally affordable, I was actually surprised when I got the menu. Main dishes usually cost about N4500 in other places so saving N2000 was cool.


None that I observed.

And that’s all about my petit paris cafe experience! What do you think of this place guys? Would you be visiting soon? Have you been here before? Tell us in the comments section below! Meanwhile here are some pictures from my day 🙂

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