This isn't the first time I've been to Rhapsody's. The first time was during Brides Day Out in 2013, but I don't remember actually eating there. I've also gone for a Girls Night Out with my friends, but the kitchen was closed as it was already very late.
When we drove in, there was a man who helped us find a parking spot - I was wary because it's supposed to be a private parking lot and I hoped he wouldn't try to ask us for money when we were leaving (he didn't).
I don't have photos of the space, but if you've been to Rhaposdy's VI, you know it has a pretty nice set-up. You'll feel comfortable if you're on a date, out with your girls, out with your guys, or having a dinner party with friends. There's something for everyone. In fact, the day we went, there was some silly football match on and I felt like I was on a date with myself, cos Cakes was busy with the multiple screens!!!
|See him pretending to look at me.|
|Enh, me too, I can look at something else.|
|See? I'm not looking|
Cakes got a Coke and Hennessy and I thought it was funny that the can had MD on it. I'm sure it's Rhapsody's way of making their guests feel special.
For dessert (my name is Berry Dakara and sometimes I eat way too much), I got the Chocolate and Mango Spring Rolls. They should be called the Chocolate, Banana and Mango Spring Rolls, cos there was a banana one. OMG! So so so so very good! If my cousin lived here, I bet we would have our random dessert dates and come to Rhapsody for desserts only.
You can find their menu here.
Our bill came up to a little over N18,000.
Address: 19A Agoro Odiyan Street (off Adeola Odeku), Victoria Island
Phone: +234 81 70707072 (this is what's on their website, but it was the Ikeja location)
Hours: Not sure. Their website doesn't say.
Has anyone been to the Ikeja branch? What's it like?