This restaurant is large, airy, and comfortable. I ordered the red red with fried fish and could barely finish my plate. I had a very healthy portion and it was very good.
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I can't sing the praises of this place enough. The owner is extremely friendly and you can tell he takes great pride in his establishment. The food is amazing and the craftsmanship behind its presentation, in the world of African cuisine is second to none....More
Big hall style dining room with almost all the local foods available. Open on a Sunday which was great. Friendly service and ready made soups and starch so no need to wait for too long to be served. I had the palmsoup and fufu which...More
This is like a canteen style restaurant. It is local Ghanaian food. It seems to be quite popular among locals, but i was not impressed. There was a lot of soups on the menu. The service was quick. The goat meat soap did not smell...More
Went late afternoon, not over crowded. I had Tilapia, my sister had the sole. Vey good. Good music. Great conversation with people who came in.
This restaurant is a brisk 7 minute walk from Oxford Street in Osu but worth the trip. The cuisine is authentically and mouthwateringly Ghanaian. There's so much variety that you have a chance to try anything you've heard of about Ghanaian food and always wanted...More
i love the setting at asanka delight but the food is poor especially the fufu. you would usually find lumps or what we call in twi "aba' in the fufu. i think the should take time to prepare the dish and not let the inflow...More