- $26 for $50 worth of food and drink for two or more
The first thing you might notice about Amarachi is its dining room filled with sleek wood and leather furnishings saturated in muted colors. But once the menu is open, it might be hard to concentrate on much anything else. The chefs devote the menu to bold African and Caribbean dishes like boneless curried chicken, oxtails and butter beans, and prime suya, a Nigerian steak dish in their own secret spice rub. Equally colorful is Amarachi's cocktail menu, with original gems like Caribbean rum-spiked mojitos and Lagos Island punch with five Bacardi flavors and coconut rum.