Puzzo’s | Abuja

📍170, Ademola Adetokumbo crescent Wuse 2, Abuja.

Part of last weeks exploration lead us to Puzzo’s Eat n Play! Leggooo!


So first and foremost I’m going to give props to the person(s) who designed this space!

I appreciate that they took advantage of the sloped terrain and explored with different levels. I like this because it provides different views/experiences, from both the inside and outside! The one from the inside is my most preferred! + how beautiful is the interior space?

We chose to sit outside cause I mean fresh air and all that!



Our waiter was prompt and polite. Didn’t really know his way around the menu, but let’s assume he was in training. My pasta didn’t take much time, while my friends chicken took a while, so keep that in mind.


Overall, the food was quite good! Good portion sizes and nice presentation, which is always difficult to find these days in this city.

Chicken Pomodoro – N3950

Boneless Chicken – N4750


Virgin Mojito – N1500


Number of People: 2

Total Bill: N10,000 apx.


It’s called Puzzo’s Eat ‘n’ Play cause you literally get to do both. They offer games/activities for both adults and kids. So as a parent/brother/sister or whatever, you get to dine while the kids play in the play area located indoors. Also there’s a private room you can book for events. (Couldn’t get images of that, cause it was in use at the time). Also I’ll upload the menu on my highlights soon.


Chicken Pomodoro – N3950

You guys! I went out of my comfort zone and ordered something other than creamy pasta!

Luckily it wasn’t a bad decision. They were heavily generous with the diced chicken and the sauce was really good. Would’ve loved it with penne pasta though, maybe I’ll request for it next time.


Boneless Chicken – N4750

The chickens marinade was spot on, slightly tough though, not as tender as I’d have hoped. The presentation gets props too.


Virgin Mojito Mocktail – N1500

My regular order! Tasted okay.