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Craft Gourmet by Lou Baker

  • Area Victoria Island
  • Rating 3.0 of 5

Craft Gourmet by Lou Baker provides the array of bread, pastries, cakes, desserts, salads, breakfast, smoothies, beverages, cocktails and more. And it provides the excellent service to their customers specializing in service of hot beverages and desserts. And one of the best place to have your English breakfast and spend time with colleagues, friends, and family.

Operating Hours: 

Monday - Saturday:10am - 10pm


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3rd Floor, Mega Plaza,14 Idowu Martins Street off Adeola Odeku, Victoria Island, Lagos


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A very impressive restaurant with an ambiance and design that far out weighs the food offerings. I went during mastercard restaurant week and I ordered the Spicy hummus with crostinis, beef shawarma platter, and oven baked cheese cake. The only good thing I ate here was the hummus and thank goodness for the healthy portion it came in. The shawarma platter is an insult to the word shawarma. The shawarma platter on its own is not even enough to fill a kid and even a kid without discerning taste would be befuddled by the lack of flavor in the food. Waste of meat. The cheesecake portion made me laugh for a minute when it came to me. I understand Buhari times are tough, but really? I received a quarter of the usual serving portion and for a big fan of cheesecake, that was fine by me. I could not even finish it after the first bite. The cream was tasteless and it had me questioning if it was really cheesecake. Meh. If you ever HAVE to grub here, stick to the hummus.

Zeegoes · January 25, 2017 · 3/5

I'm a craft gourmet fan. I've been twice and both times I enjoyed my meal and the service. Would definitely go back. The homemade sharwama I had was great, so was the lamb and the chicken and waffles I had on my second visit was good too.

Shay · October 20, 2016 · 3/5