TALES OF A FOOD TOURIST
One fine waiter, dark, slim, average height attended to us, and gave us their menu. For the first time in a very long time, I really felt like compiling the name of noisemakers when I visited Cafe Chrysalis. The ambience was dope, but the noise that welcomed us wasn’t it at all. Trust me, I started with the veggies.
I saw some people hanging outside when we got there and I was wondering why they were standing outside. I got to the entrance and we were told we can’t enter too, but why?
By the time i finished eating, my perception did not remain the same. My trip to Ibadan inspired this recipe. Boli (roasted plantain) as it’s fondly called in Nigeria is NOT one of the things i crave easily. One reason for that is my first and second experience after buying it in Lagos. The inside felt like
My brain calculator was just like 7000 naira in Ibadan? Will I pay 7K for this buffet again? After payment, I majestically walked to the table to get my first course. They had different types of pasta, rice, swallow, salad, beans, cakes and more.
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- My Visit to Stone Cafe Ibadan – Tales of a Food Tourist Episode 2
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