Top Must try places to eat in Ghana

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There  any places you must try in Ghana from a quick bite to a formal or creative fine dining in Ghana there is so much to experience. It has to be said that Accra features some of the most interesting and new establishments however if you have time you have to venture further below is a list of some of t he ones we have come across if you have come across more let us know

 


LEBANESE IN ACCRA
Venus Lounge, Bar & Grill
Tasty plates of shawarma, hummus and other authentic Lebanese dishes are served up at this all-in-one-venue in the heart of Osu. During the day, Venus doubles as a home office for freelancers squinting into their la…


SEAFOOD IN ACCRA
Zanzibar
Venture to the other side of Africa as you dine surrounded by dark wooden carved artefacts from the famous spice island in the Indian Ocean. The real Zanzibar has a wild mix of culinary influences, and this restaura…


AFRICAN IN ACCRA
Chez Clarisse Mama Africa
You have two choices: tender chicken or whole grilled tilapia topped with onions and tomatoes. The small menu doesn’t make this Ivorian favourite any less popular though; this real African food experience includes p…

INTERNATIONAL IN ACCRA
Bistro 22
Ghana’s tourism authority named this spacious, high-end venue the country’s Restaurant of the Year in 2016. Bistro 22 is a good choice at any time of the day: sandwiches for lunch, a coffee on a couch in the garden …


CAFE IN ACCRA
Café Kwae
Despite Accra’s large population, you won’t find many real cafes here. That’s changing with the recent opening of this cafe inside the extravagant facade of One Airport Sq. Treat yourself with homemade pies, light l…


THAI IN ACCRA
Zion Thai
With a narrow ground floor terrace along the street, this restaurant is best visited in the evening. Watch life go by and feel the chilli in your nose even before your pad thai or curry arrive on your candlelit tabl…


CAFE IN ACCRA
Café Mondo
The popular Café Mondo is one of the few spots in town to get croissants, pain au chocolat and other pastries that wouldn’t look out of place in a French bakery. You can also design your own sandwich, making this a …


CAFE IN ACCRA
Tea Baa
This lively little joint specialises in iced tea (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic) served in hipster-friendly glass jars. There’s also a small menu of smoothies and meals (curry and all-day breakfast, for example),…


AFRICAN IN ACCRA
Asanka Restaurant
Not to be confused with Asanka Local in Osu, this friendly and rather upmarket joint serves fantastic Ghanaian food, including groundnut soup, red-red (bean stew) and grilled tilapia with homemade chilli sauce.


CAFE IN ACCRA
Pinocchio Gelato
The fierce air-con and candy-coloured interior provide cooling respite after browsing Osu’s shops, as does the excellent gelato. If you’re after something more substantial there are waffles and sizeable burgers.

CAFE IN ACCRA
Josie’s Cuppa Cappuccino
Come here for top-notch coffee, sandwiches, shakes and freshly squeezed juices, served up on a lovely covered terrace, full of plants and hanging baskets. It’s enduringly popular with the local office crowd.


ETHIOPIAN IN ACCRA
Simret
The welcome is warm and the authentic Ethiopian food served buffet style at this low-key place. There’s a decent selection of veggie options and dinner is finished off with strong Ethiopian coffee and cake.


AFRICAN IN ACCRA
Paloma Restaurant
With plenty of al fresco dining space, charming staff and a mix of international cuisine (Ghanaian, Lebanese, wood-fired pizza), this is a nice place to stop for lunch.The Sunday buffet is good value.


CAFE IN ACCRA
Nourish Lab Smoothy’s
Escape the heat at this air-conditioned smoothie bar, or sit on the terrace overlooking the street. There’s a long list of delicious smoothies, plus tasty salads, sandwiches and cakes.


JAPANESE IN ACCRA
Monsoon
Sushi, sashimi, teppanyaki, big juicy steaks from South Africa – the food at this swanky establishment is delicious. The roof terrace is popular with expats for post-work drinks.


AFRICAN IN ACCRA
Duncan’s
Duncan’s is an example of the low-key, outdoor chop bars that manage to get it right. Fresh, grilled fish and simple Ghanaian dishes draw a mixed, appreciative crowd.


PIZZA IN ACCRA
Mamma Mia Pizzeria
Expats swear by the pizza here and the pretty outdoor garden dining area makes everything taste better. Spaghetti and kid-friendly chicken fingers are also served.

Khana Khazana
Tucked behind a petrol station (Engen Filling Station, next to Avenida Hotel), this outdoor Indian restaurant is a gem – cheap, delicious and with long opening hours. One of the house specialties is the dosa (savou…


TOP CHOICE AFRICAN IN ACCRA
Buka
Ever-popular Buka serves some of the best West African food in Accra, in stylish surroundings to boot. Hearty plates of jollof rice, tilapia and groundnut soup are served on a pretty terrace, which fills up with the…


FRENCH IN ACCRA
La Chaumière
There’s stiff competition these days, but La Chaumière remains one of Accra’s best and fanciest restaurants. It excels in old-school elegance, with soft lighting, polished wooden floors, classical music and deliciou…


BURGERS IN ACCRA
Burger & Relish
Gourmet burgers have come to Accra in this hip, industrial restaurant, which doubles as a trendy cocktail bar in the evenings, and a family-friendly brunch spot at the weekend. If you can fit anything else in after …


JAPANESE IN ACCRA
Santoku Restaurant & Bar
Stunning Japanese food, impeccable service and elegant decor make Santoku one of the best restaurants in the country.


CAFE IN ACCRA
Vida e caffè
This South African coffee chain has proved to be a hit in Accra – it’s a popular lunch spot for the office crowd, and the free wi-fi makes it a good place to settle in with a laptop. There’s a simple menu of sandwic…


 

 

 

 

 

 

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