I visited Pitstop and I kept on asking myself why’s the name PITSTOP

after checking google, my questions were answered. PITSTOP- A stop at a pit for servicing and refuelling, especially during a race. Keep on reading, you’ll know why the owner chose this name.


Located at 92A, Younis Bashorun Street, Victoria Island, Lagos.

Pitstop is majorly influenced by cycling. I had to ask the owner severally if she loved cycling.

At Pitstop, there’s a section for eating and also a section for cycling. So after cycling, there’s somewhere for you to refuel.

For refueling, I ordered the American Breakfast which consisted of Toast, Bacons, scrambled eggs, mushroom, baked beans, chicken sausages and tomatoes. I also had Iced Mocha because I hate hot items.

My partner had Pancakes with scrambled eggs and Cream Latte.

We had earlier cycled our fruits to make a smoothie. How fun can that be? This is actually one of the reasons I’ll be coming back.

Pictures don’t even do justice to the ambience. The staff were so friendly and the environment was one to feel at home.

You need to visit to understand all these I’m explaining.

I’ll give them a 9/10 because 10/10 is for me only😂


American Breakfast-5000


Iced Mocha-1800

Cream Latte-1600


Pitstop is having an offer this valentine period for singles and couples. Let me know if you’ll be visiting.

Would you be visiting Pitstop Lagos?

Make sure to go with friends to get all the pictures and moments.

Check out my Instagram page @Explorewithdera I did a video showing the aesthetics at Pitstop



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