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Where to Go and What to Do in and Around Accra: Good Food

Where to Go and What to Do in and Around Accra: Good Food


Combining the finest dining with ambient live music, Buka offers the best local food in town. Specialities from Ghana and Nigeria include okra stew and eba. Plan two visits – you’ll want to have a taste of every local dish!

Yard Bird

This perfect mix of local Ghanaian flavours and American-style diner food definitely deserves a visit. The restaurant is famous for its specialty dish: Fried chicken with its own secret spice shake. Another must-have is the sweet and sticky ribs – it melts in your mouth!

Auntie Muni’s

This roadside bar brings the best of local flavours and offers traditional Ghanaian dishes such as waakye, a mixture of rice and black beans combined with meat and fish, often eel.

Big Milly’s at Kokrobite

A local legend, Big Milly’s is a restaurant at Kokrobite Beach where you’ll find an unforgettable Ghanaian experience. Feast on fresh seafood like lobster and barracuda while drinking in the unique local atmosphere.

Il Cavaliere Pazzo

This authentic Italian restaurant is located in one of Accra’s most beautiful and imposing buildings, and the cuisine lives up to this. Feast on gnocchi, risotto and ravioli with spinach and ricotta that will transport your tastebuds straight to Italy.


Looking for the perfect pizza in town? You just found it. Baked in a traditional wood-burning oven and famous for its tasty crust, Nicolino’s pizzas are simply the best. A great add-on to the menu is the Nicolino burger – the perfect combination of pizza and burger.


You simply haven’t experience the best cuisine in Accra until you’ve had one of Heritage’s curries – it’s as authentic as it gets and super delicious. Special mention goes to their dosas, which are savoury pancakes with crispy edges and fillings such as paneer cheese and fresh onion.


If you like Japanese cuisine, you’ll love Santoko! The menu was created with input from famous London restaurant Nobu, with great results! The restaurant’s signature dish of pan-fried scallops with foie gras and orange tobiko is a must.

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