VII(SEVEN) Bistro Restaurant & Bar, Abuja.

VII (Seven) Bistro Restaurant and Bar is another Old but Gold spot in Abuja. It has been around for quite a while and i have heard so much about it but i had my first visit just recently. It is located at No 7 Kampala street Wuse, Federal Capital Territory, Nigeria.
The restaurant and bar is very cozy and has such a cool/chill vibe. With a very fun and rustic Interior, seven bistro instantly stole my heart. Read all about it below;

Ambience

The restaurant ambience is really nice. They have an indoor space and an outdoor space. I love how they have neon signs with cute write ups. The outdoor space is a rooftop setting but it’s enclosed and also beautifully decorated. it has a nice view and it’s more private and secluded. There’s a mini bar uptstairs and also a restroom for convinence.

I love both spaces so much. The space has a relaxing and fun vibe. It’s a very good hangout spot with friends.

The Menu

The restaurant Menu is loaded with a number of food and drink options. It features Some local and international dishes covering breakfast, lunch and dinner options. They also have alcoholic and non alcoholic drink options. The menu pricing is affordable and can fit a budget of N10,000 for two.

Check out @sevenbistrong on Instagram to see the full menu.

Food & Drink

We ordered the red pepper pasta, owambe meal, virgin colada and water. Before our food and drink arrived, we were served complimentary potato chips and salsa. The potato chips were really crispy and it tasted so good with the salsa.

Red pepper pasta – N5,270

My friend Yasmin ordered the red pepper pasta and it looked really good even before we tasted it. It was hot, steamy Linguine pasta made in creamy pepper sauce and served with gizzard. I like that they used gizzard instead instead of chicken or seafood as usual. The pasta was really delicious and i totally wished i had ordered it.

Owambe – N6,800

The owambe meal was a combo meal. It was made up of beef suya, jollof rice, fried plantain and coleslaw. I enjoyed everything on my plate except the jollof rice. The jollof rice was nice and seemed tasty but it was dry and did not seem fresh. It seemed like it was made a day before and microwaved to be served. The beef suya was tasty and skillfully made.

Virgin colada – N3,500

The virgin colada is a pineapple juice, simple syrup and coconut cream mocktail combo. It tasted like a natural fruit juice, it wasn’t too sweet and it wasn’t bland either. The drink was nice but i didn’t really enjoy it because it’s just not my kind of drink.

TOTAL BILL – NGN12,141

General Review

VII Bistro is a very great spot for hanging out with friends, a Casual date or even a solo date. It is very budget friendly and their service was very fast and efficient. I look forward to visiting again soon for a chill day with my friends.

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