8 Places To Get Good Shawarma In Lagos

January 17, 2016
Shawarma, originally an Arab meat preparation, which could include lamb, beef, chicken and/or frankfurters if you want the luxury of it. Prices usually range between N900-N1500 or more. Spending that much on Shawarma and being disappointed is tragic. We made a list of places to go to get good shawarma in Lagos.

Best Shawarma

This is one of the few good places to go for dope shawarma. People say they live up to their name; Best. It is totally worth a try.

01 Shawarma

It seems its becoming a war of names; 01 we see what you guys did there. There are so many branches of this business you have them wherever you are either on the mainland or the island. Its a lot of Lagosians favorite place.

Titto’s Shawarma

A lot of people that talk about this place don’t even know this is the name. It is located at the Ebeano Supermarket hence “ebeano shawarma”. This is also one top spot for people on the island to get satisfying shawarma.

Shawarma & Cor

They took it to another dimension here with their suyarma. They also have branches both on the mainland and island. They also have a lot of options to include in your shawarma.

Charcoal

At Charcoal, they have a lot of dishes on their menu but their shawarma stands out and is highly sought after. Trust there is usually a long line for it but its worth the wait.

Goodies House

This restaurant/store located on the island has a very wide menu from pizza to pasta to shawarma but yeah, we are particular about the shawarma. They give you your sharwama the way it is meant to be eaten. Perfect.

Claypot Kitchen

Claypot is an amazing place to get shawarma as well. They have all the basic variations of shawarma and you can also get it delivered to you.

Shawarma Express

At this place they have like a hundred different variations of their shawarma and countless options so you have no excuse not to get something.

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