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Republic of Ghana is a sovereign multinational state and unitary presidential constitutional democracy, located along the Gulf of Guinea and Atlantic Ocean, in the sub region of West Africa.

The typical Ghanaian staple foods in the southern part of Ghana include cassava and plantain. In the northern part, the main staple foods include millet and sorghum. Yam, maize and beans are used across Ghana as staple foods. Sweet potatoes and cocoyam are also important in the Ghanaian diet and cuisine. With the advent of globalization, crops such as rice and wheat have been increasingly incorporated into Ghanaian cuisine.

Ghana’s capital city Accra offers you both international as well as native cuisine. 

La Chaumiere

215 Liberation Road,

opp Woolworths
Airport Residential Area

Tel : +233 302 772 408

Open noon-2.30 and 7.30pm-11.30pm Mon-Fri; 7.30pm-11.30pm Sat.

Price : Main courses GH¢14-35.

La Chaumiere’s sophisticated French dishes have been delighting Accra’s discerning diners for more than a decade. There is a smattering of North African flavours for a good measure. You will find dishes such as Grouper with Harissa and mint yoghurt – the mainstay is classic French cuisine, from a crispy Nicoise salad and a wonderfully thick and sticky onion soup au gratin.

Yasmina Lebanese Cuisine

Marina Mall

Airport By-Pass Road

Airport City

Tel : +233 242 888884

11am-11pm daily

Price : Main courses GHc34-64

Yasmina’s specializes in fresh, authentic Lebanese cuisine. Traditional hot and cold appetisers, most notably: creamy, hand-made hummus, smoky moutabal prepared with fire-roasted aubergines, samkeh harra (this version of the classic spiced fish dish is dressed with a piquante tomato sauce and sprinkle golden, crispy onions ribbons), fragrant and refreshing fattoush and tabbouleh salads, batata harra (spicy potato cubes with a pungent smear of minced garlic), beautifully textured, mouth-watering kibbeh stuffed with ground lamb and whole pine nuts and makanek (tasty, moreish morsels of handmade baby lamb sausages).

The charcoal grill has a wide selection of perfectly grilled meats, fish and seafood, lamb chops and garlicky lamb and chicken kafta kebab. Finish your meal with an espresso and any one of the authentic homemade Lebanese desserts, including:mougalhi, riz bi halib (rice pudding served with an avalanche of crushed pistachios), osmaliyeh (riz bi halib topped with an elegant halo of nest pastry) and a decadent layered Lebanese custard with a thin biscuit layer.

Although the wine list is limited, it offers some interesting choices, including Lebanese imports. The service is swift, attentive and knowledgeable, with an ambiance that is elegant but not pretentious.

Santoku Restaurant & Bar

Ground Floor, Azure, Villagio Vista

Tetteh Quarshie Interchange
Near African Regent
Airport Residential Area

+233 544 311 511

12noon-2:30pm Mo–Fri, 6:30-11pm Mon-Wed, 6:30pm-midnight Thur- Sat

Main courses GH¢25-100.

Santoku’s signature dish is pan fried scallops with foie gras and orange tobiko – a stunning plate filled with the decadent flavour of the ingredients, yet fresh and light. The prawn tempura was light, allowing the prawn flavours to come through and the tuna and salmon sashimi with ginger, garlic and hot olive oil that just lightly cooked parts of the sashimi deepened the depth of flavour. Add in expertly mixed cocktails, design by Hubert de Givenchy (it’s all about the details), a seductive terrace and a bar that mixes some of the best cocktails in Accra (including the only place you can get sake), and it’s a heady and hedonistic combination. There’s also a private dining room that seats 18. ‘Santoku’ means innovation, and for Ghana, this restaurant really is.


Champs Sports Bar & Grill

40 Ring Road Central

behind Paloma Hotel
Adabraka and Asylum Down

+233 240 959406

Open 5pm-midnight Mon-Fri; 10am-late Sat-Sun.

Price: Main courses GH¢12-30.

Offers an international menu, wide coverage of all major sporting events on eight large screens TV and four project screens and a wide selection of regular events organised entertainment events, a quiz night every Thursday, regular live music,  Thursday Quiz Night, Accra DJs such as DJ Black, DJ KillerFingers, DJ Big L and DJ Vision and a Friday karaoke competition.

 Il Cavaliere Pazzo

Next to Accra Polo Club, Liberation Road, Airport

Airport Residential Area


+233 302 823 131

Open 12.30-3.30pm, 7.30-11.30 Mon-Sat; 7.30-11.30 Sun. Lounge open 3.30-7pm Mon-Sat.

Main courses GH¢18-40.

One of the most prestigious spots in the city, overlooking the Polo Club’s field, Il Cavaliere Pazzo rises to the occasion. It’s also one of the most impressive buildings in Accra, making effective use of wood, both on the interior and exterior. It’s refreshingly understated – the polo field is the focal point. Up the elegant wooden staircase is the principal dining area, with windows overlooking the field, but to get closer to the action there’s a balcony. The menu is unswervingly Italian, with genuine risottos, gnocchi and ravioli with spinach and ricotta.


Monsoon International

41,Cantonments Road (Oxford Street)

Above Osu Food Court


+233 302 782 307

Open 6pm-late Mon-Sat.

Price: Main courses (from á la carte menu) GH¢16-35.

Monsoon’s centerpiece is its swanky bar – a plush spot that wouldn’t look out of place in any city. The main à la carte selection offers a good choice of seafood and meat options, while on the outside terrace there’s access to two smaller eateries – a Sushi parlour and a Teppanyaki restaurant.



Alliance Francaise, Liberation Link, Airport Residential Area
behind Opeibia House
Airport Residential Area

+233 244 629 656

Open 7am-10.30pm Mon-Fri; noon-10.30pm Sun.


it’s in the pleasant grounds of the Alliance Francaise, in a breezy, open-sided area. Pizzas such as a Libanese with halloumi and zaatar, or Toscana with spicy sausage arrive on an artfully rustic piece of wood, but if you’re really hungry, try the Nicolino burger – a beef patty enveloped in pizza crust. Soon opening is a small terrace bar with a barbecue. It’s also open for breakfast, which is Lebanese style.


Maqis Tante Marie

5th Norla Link near Metro TV

0302 778 914

Open 11.30am-11pm daily.

Price: Main courses GH¢10-22.


All the seating is open-sided and the tasteful bamboo furniture and bright yellow tablecloths add to the exotic vibe of the place. The menu is definitively African with authentic dishes predominantly from Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire, such as tilapia and bankunyama choma (grilled, spiced meat, usually mutton) and fish yassa (grilled in a tangy lemon marinade). It’s a great place for some traditional West African food.


Bella Roma

Off Cantonments Road
(Oxford Street), behind Frankie’s

+233 247 474 007

Open 6pm-late.

Price: Main courses GH¢9-20.


Fresh and bold Mediterranean flavours reign at this friendly Italian eatery. It’s recently been expanded, and diners have a choice between an indoor restaurant area, outdoor patio, or lounging on the banquettes in the bar area. Patrons devour Italian staples packed with triumphant combinations of smoky black olives, rich cheese, tender artichokes, full-bodied passatas and cured meats. Mains include tagliata with parmesan and rucola (GH¢45), but most people opt for the pizzas (GH¢28 on average), which are superb – giant bubbling disks liberally topped. For a loaded treat, the Quattro Stagioni has mushrooms and artichokes aplenty, and the piquant Diavolo is a simple pleasure of salami drizzled with chili oil. Those heroic enough to vanquish a whole pizza can revive with a espresso in stylish white cups.

Khana Khazana

Engen Filling Station,

Kojo Thompson Rd, Adabraka

+233 275 834282  &  +233 574 025696

09:00am – 10:00pm

Main Course: from GHc: 10.00 to 20.00

A garden type summer hut restaurant with an open kitchen concept.

A green oasis. Khana Khazana has been established in Accra since 2007 and is the only Indian restaurant in Accra offering South Indian food, besides dishes fron other parts of India.



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About Mr KDB Nair

Mr KDB Nair
With a view to introducing our readers of the availability of various cuisine in Ghana, we had approached Mr. KDB Nair who has shifted his base to Ghana just a few years ago to pursue his professional engagement. Mr. Nair is a connoisseur of food and would love to talk about food and more importantly to taste the same. He has sent us the above details in anticipation that some of us some day would perhaps visit one or more of his recommended restaurants and enjoy the good taste of the food therein.

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