Places in Lagos: 360 Restaurant by Vertigo

I stopped by 360 Restaurant by Vertigo on Sunday night for dinner with my friend, D. I didn’t plan to do a review, but I decided to write one twenty minutes into my stay.

360 Restaurant by Vertigo is a restaurant inside the same building that houses Vertigo, a popular lounge in Victoria Island, Lagos. To get into Vertigo, you have to walk through the restaurant. I had been there twice but never bothered to look at the restaurant because I wasn’t there to eat. It was nice to finally experience a new place in Lagos and tell y’all about it.


A lift takes you straight into the restaurant. It’s a bright space with blue, beige and gold coloured furniture decorated with a lot of greenery and unique light fittings. There are different sitting areas with a selection of high and low seats, depending on your desire. I remember looking out the window and realizing how beautiful the place must look in the day.


The drink menu is rich with a selection of cocktails, liquor and non-alcoholic drinks. The food menu is categorized into six parts, with a section for Japanese meals.


For drinks, I stuck to my regular devils, Whisky sour and Moscow mule, while my friend had Gin basil. We choseVolcano Kurma Shrimp to start because D remembered the meal from a club night. For main, I chose the Thai Seabass, while D chose the Duck Confit. While we waited for our food, we were served freshly baked complimentary bread, which made my mouth water for what was coming next.

Complimentary (It was three pieces. I had eaten one before I took this photo)
Volcano Kurma

The starter was served about fifteen minutes later. It was a bowl of fried balls similar to puff puff or buns but stuffed with shrimp. I didn’t enjoy them much, and after trying four, I knew I was done. I guess I wouldn’t have minded it if it wasn’t sweet.

The mains came next, and I especially loved how the seabass was plated. Our table was full, and it looked like a lot of food. After taking some photos and videos, it was time to dig in.

Thai Seabass
Duck Confit
Potato Gratin

The seabass was 10/10. I loved it!!! The duck was good too, but not the best I’ve had. I ate all of my food. It was hard to leave any behind. The mash was smooth like butter. I didn’t bother trying D’s side cause it looked too cheesy. He didn’t even touch it!

I thought it was a good day to order some dessert, so I chose the Butter squash pineapple. I didn’t have high expectations, but I was amazed by how good it was. The butterscotch blended right with the ice cream and pineapple, and it almost felt not sinful.

Butter Squash Pineapple


Many people were going in and out of the restaurant because of the lounge, and it was a bit distracting. But, besides that, everything else was okay. We were welcomed and ushered in as we arrived. Our waitress was friendly and helpful when trying to choose what to eat. The manager also came by to turn on the air conditioner next to us and checked that all was going well.


Large water ~ 3500
Whiskey Sour ~ 6800
Gin Basil ~ 6,500
Moscow Mule ~ 6,500
Volcano Kurma ~ 11,000
Thai Seabass ~ 18,000
Duck Confit ~ 15,000
Take Away ~ 2,000
Butter Squash Pineapple ~ 6,000
Our total damage was 75,300. There were no additional tax or VAT charges to bill.


Food – ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️
Service – ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️
Ambience – ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️
Overall Experience – 7

360 Restaurant is a nice place to grab a meal before heading up to party. It also seems suitable for lunch or a meeting over a meal during the day.

This is not a sponsored post. All opinions expressed were not influenced.

Mariam Shittu

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