Mullens


Mullens - One of the oldest established restaurant/bars in town.This place is cavernous, spend the whole night. Start with a meal and stay in your seat as it transforms into a bar with chilled tunes and later join the crowds dancing in the aisles. Watch out for the live music nights with performances by well known local musicians.

  • Address: Rua Candido dos Reis 86
  • Tel: 00351 963 501658
  • Open All Year

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Not my favorite place to eat in Lagos,there are better cafe's but students may like the casual way to eat here. 1-5

Anonymous said...

Lagos has many lovely places to eat. Mullens is a dirty restaurant. There was blood on the wall and filthy childrens high chairs. We looked in and swiftly walked out!!!

gary said...

good food smelly loos

Anonymous said...

worked there years ago, great place!!!
if you think the toilets are dirty? go see the kitchen.......

Susan said...

My parents have visited Lagos for the last 25 years and eaten in probably all of the restaurants in the area. They find this place to be the friendliest in town. the food has always been good and the owner always tries to please. It is casual, if you're expecting a posh place it's not for you. It's wooden tables and benches which may put some off. If you sit down, get yourself a drink and order something nice off the menu you won't be disappointed. Tell 'em Maureen and Harry sent you!

Anonymous said...

My worst nightmare! The atmosphere in Mullens when you first walk in is hypnotising. Warm and inviting. However, the place was filthy including the toilets.

Anonymous said...

I,ve eaten here many times and have never been disappointed by the quality or taste of the food. It has to be experiened and yes I agreee not the cleanist looking or comfortable but it is what it !!! Toilets do leave alot to be desired and really could do with a good cleaning.