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Happy New Month dearies, it is the month of February already! I use to think January is the slowest month in the year, but January just went by so fast. I can say this is the fastest January I have seen so far.

So I had a strategy meeting with the founder of Styled by Beeh and we chose a beautiful and serene location for this meeting; THE TEA ROOM LAGOS.

The Tea Room Lagos; AKA picture perfect spot, one of the most Instagrammable restaurant in Lagos, Nigeria,  is a must visit because first up is the;

Ambiance - Nice, colourful, artificial and fresh flowers, then the pop of colour will grace you at the entrance, then that popular phone booth wooden box, AKA the VaniTEA box is just opposite the entrance; almost everyone who has visited "Tea Room Lagos" takes a picture there, except me 😉I took a picture outside the box!

Biodun of Styled by beeh

The chandelier, drapping flowers, mirrors, books at strategic positions, the wall frames with words of Affirmation, then the Furnitures!!! Makes you feel like you are in another heaven! With the subtle music playing at the background, you will think you are in a romantic movie like the crazy rich Asians wedding scene.

Menu - The Menu is rich and healthy! It had Desert, appetizers, salads, Breakfast, Brunch, all made up of healthy foods and drinks, ranging from 3000 naira and above.  I expected to see water or soda on the menu, like a complete menu, because I really wanted to drink water before brunch, the weather in Lagos Nigeria recently have been so hot! But from the look of things, they just wanted to sell items on their main menu. I think the full menu with lots of options like water should be on the table. I ordered a glass of Oreo milk shake, but it wasn't available, yet on the list, then I made a switch to Strawberry smoothie, it was refreshingly yummy! I later went ahead to ask for water and soda and they said they had, but why wasn't it on the menu???

Customer service - The best customer service I have ever gotten at a restaurant was at the Tea Room Lagos. The waiter guy kept coming to ask if we were okay, if we enjoyed our drink, he took his time to take pictures of my Client, Friend and I 😀😍 I wanted to tip him, but I was so sceptical because his colleagues were on standby, I really appreciate him, he may not get to read this post, but I have a picture of his face in my head.

Have you been to the tea room lagos? Your Budget should start from 3000naira if you want to dine at The Tea Room Lagos.


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