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meal deal
Get fries and a drink with your toastie!
regular: n600 large: N800
*soft drinks and water only
meal deal
Get fries and a drink with your toastie!
regular: n600 large: N800
*soft drinks and water only
meal deal
Get fries and a drink with your toastie!
regular: n600 large: N800
*soft drinks and water only
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About US

TOASTIES is a fast-casual dining restaurant located in Lagos, Nigeria.
We specialize in hot toasted fusion sandwiches and offer a range of specials!

Our focus is to bring out-of-the-box meal selections to Lagos’ on-the-go consumer. Using quality ingredients and efficient service, TOASTIES aims to put variety, creativity and great tasting products in the hands of every customer!

from the blog

Beef Suya Wrap with a Spicy Hummus and Yogurt Sauce

Seeing as I’ve been craving and obsessing over suya a lot lately, writing up my attempt to reproduce it seemed like the next logical thing to do.

In case you wondered, suya is a West African kebab-esque treat made by grilling thinly sliced skewered meat that has been rubbed with a nutty spice blend. It’s usually then served with a few diced tomatoes, maybe some onion slices, and a generous serving of suya pepper.

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Plantain Boats with Chorizo and Egg Stew Filling

I don’t know what you spent your Christmas break eating, but I ate egg stew. Bowls and bowls of egg stew. Honestly, I blame Mr. Gebert (a.k.a Chef). Not only did he give in to my repetitive egg stew requests, but he did so so delectably, with each egg more succulent than the last – he was practically begging me to want more.

Then he’d go on to serve it with fried (baked on healthy days) plantain – you see what I mean? Beg-ging-me.

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Puff Puff Suzette

It’s been a while since my last post, but what better way to bounce back than with a few puffy bites?

Puff puff, another popular Nigerian snack, is what’s on the table. Fluffy on the inside and a tad bit crispy on the outside – provided you get it straight out of the oil – it’s a beignet-esque treat that is usually coated in sugar at the final stage of its preparation for added sweetness. But not today. Today we’ll be finishing up this little snack with a lot more sweetness and a delightful dose of je ne sais quoi.

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Fried Rice Stuffed Calamari With A Spicy Tomato, Lemon And Basil Stew

I like stuffing things. Foodwise. Perhaps it’s the excitement of knowing that there’s a little treat tucked away in the center of something that already looked yummy to begin with. Or perhaps it’s the greed in me that just wants to gobble up anything rocking that swollen look. (Hmm. Probably the latter).

Either way, whenever there’s an opportunity to stuff, I get stuffin’. Which is why today’s dish excites me so…

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Creamy Oxtail Stew with Sweet Potato Cakes

So my sister called me out last time for describing a succulent oxtail component to my Stuffed Plantain Nuggets and never actually making it. For those of you who may have shared her thoughts – and her insults – I have a ludicrously tender peace offering.

Oxtail – in case you missed the bold header – is on the menu today. Slowly cooked until it comes sliding off the bone. And to coat this luscious meat, I’ve come up with a very creamy and very spicy tomato stew.

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