MasterCard Restaurant Week returns to Lagos with over 30 restaurants

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The annual Mastercard Restaurant Week returns to Lagos offering an unforgettable dining experience.

In partnership with Lost in Lagos, from 4 to 25 November, over 30 restaurants will participate, highlighting the incredible dining experiences available in the city.

 

Now in its third year, Mastercard Restaurant Week provides diners in Lagos with the opportunity of experiencing fine dining experiences at discounted prices, with lunch and dinner packages available. Celebrating a special occasion has never been easier than this November, when you can take that someone special out for a culinary experience that won’t soon be forgotten.

 

According to a statement issued in Lagos which was made available to The DailyBells Nigeria, exclusively available to Mastercard cardholders, people in Lagos can go to one of the 33 participating restaurants and request the special menu on offer. Alternatively reservations can be made via Lost in Lagos website, or directly through the restaurant of choice.

Left to right: Tannaz Bahnam, Founder Lost in Lagos and Omokehinde Adebanjo, Vice President & Area Business Head, West Africa, Mastercard.  Mastercard in partnership with lostinlagos.com during the launch of the annual Mastercard Restaurant Week at the Eko Hotel in Lagos recently.
Left to right: Tannaz Bahnam, Founder Lost in Lagos and Omokehinde Adebanjo, Vice President & Area Business Head, West Africa, Mastercard.  Mastercard in partnership with lostinlagos.com during the launch of the annual Mastercard Restaurant Week at the Eko Hotel in Lagos recently.

“Celebrating a special occasion has never been easier than this November when you can take that someone special out for a culinary experience that won’t soon be forgotten..” The statement said.

 

“People in Lagos enjoy dining out, and this initiative reinforces that the city has so much great talent in the industry. We share a common goal with Mastercard to provide great experiences to people, while promoting the countless hidden jewels the city has to offer,” said Tannaz Bahnam, founder of Lost in Lagos.

Bahnam went on to add that LostinLagos.com is the premier online guide to help people discover and experience the city, by helping them to find events, exciting new restaurants, and other lifestyle businesses.

 

Bahnam went on to add that LostinLagos.com is the premier online guide to help people discover and experience the city, by helping them find events, exciting new restaurants, and other lifestyle businesses

 

To further add to the excitement this year, Lost in Lagos is introducing the Mastercard Restaurant Week – Best Performing Restaurant Award which will go to the restaurant with the most visitors during the three weeks coupled with positive reviews. Awards will also be given to the best three waiters who distinguish themselves as providing exemplary customer service.

 

“Tourism is important to the growth of Lagos, and Nigeria as a whole. Local people, and those visiting our dynamic city often don’t see Lagos as a dining destination and we wanted to change this perception by creating the Mastercard Restaurant Week.  It gives people the chance to experience something new, while taking in all the delicious tastes offered by the talented chefs at the various restaurants,” said Omokehinde Adebanjo, vice president and area business head of West Africa at Mastercard.

 

For more information on restaurant locations, menu options and prices customers can  visit www.lostinlagos.com. They can also share their experience by Tweeting @MastercardMEA and @LostinLagos using #MCRW2016.

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