Best restaurants in Ghana

  • Restaurants in Accra

    Patagonia

    Beef lovers will feel at home in this elegant steakhouse and seafood grill on the ground floor of West Africa’s tallest building. Imported from South Africa without ever being frozen, the prime cuts are dry and wet aged in house to develop an intense flavour before they are prepared to plate. Fresh seafood in such refined ways as lobster tortellini round of a menu well worth the money.

  • Restaurants in Accra

    Auntie Muni Waakye

    Waakye (a mix of beans and rice served with spaghetti, meat or fish stew, boiled eggs and lots of hot shito pepper sauce) is Ghana’s most popular street food, and Auntie Muni is Ghana’s most famous seller. Former presidents, football stars and expats are seen patiently queuing up with the city's other residents every Saturday and Sunday to get a taste of her feel-good food.

  • Restaurants 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 one of the delicious burgers, there are brownies and ice-cream sundaes. Regular live-music nights here and at sister branch in East Legon.

  • Top ChoiceRestaurants in Accra

    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 specialities is the dosa (savoury parcel made of rice flour normally eaten for breakfast). Sunday is thali (set meal) day.

  • Top ChoiceRestaurants 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 local office crowd every lunchtime.

  • Restaurants 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 delicious French fusion gastronomy. La Chaumière is renowned for its steaks but there is plenty of seafood on the menu too, as well as the odd North African flavour. Bookings essential.

  • Restaurants in Tamale

    Chuck's Bar & Restaurant

    You won't see many locals in here, but as far as expat havens go, this is a good one. A wood-burning pizza oven produces excellent pizzas and the menu also includes pastas, burgers and decadent desserts. There's regular live music and events, and a popular Sunday brunch. The large beer garden is perfect to sink a cold drink or two.

  • Top ChoiceRestaurants in Kumasi

    View Bar & Grill

    Without a doubt the best restaurant in Kumasi. Delicious and beautifully presented food is served up in stylish surroundings, with expansive windows taking in views over the city. The steaks are the stars of the menu, but there are also good chicken, fish and gourmet-burger options. The cocktails are excellent and there are regular DJ parties on the roof terrace.

  • Top ChoiceRestaurants in Busua

    Okorye Tree

    Attached to the Black Star Surf Shop, the Okorye Tree does a roaring trade in pancakes, burgers and great big burritos. Grab a table on the wooden deck, order a frozen margarita and watch the waves break.

  • Top ChoiceRestaurants in Cape Coast

    Baobab Vegetarian Moringa Restaurant

    A tiny organic food bar with a wholesome touch, Baobab serves up great veggie stews and curries, black-bread sandwiches and refreshing juices, smoothies and shakes. All this and there's a great sea view too.

  • Restaurants in Kumasi

    Moti Mahal Restaurant

    One of the fanciest and best-loved restaurants in Kumasi, Moti Mahal is a formal place serving some of the country's finest Indian cuisine in elegant, fiercely air-conditioned surroundings.

  • Restaurants in Kumasi

    Noble House

    Friendly waiters serve up huge portions of delicious Chinese and Indian food in elegant surroundings. There's also a swish hotel on the premises.

  • Restaurants in Accra

    Santoku Restaurant & Bar

    Stunning Japanese food, impeccable service and elegant decor make Santoku one of the best restaurants in the country.

  • Restaurants in Accra

    Asanka Local

    This canteen style restaurant in the heart of Osu offers a vast selection of Ghanaian dishes: local fish, namely tilapia; and soups such as groundnut and 'light soup' (tomato and goat meat) served with fufu (dough made from cooked and pounded cassava or plantain) or banku (fermented corn and cassava dough). Most guests in the vast dining hall are locals, which adds to the authentic Ghanaian lunch or dinner experience. Note, your right hand replaces cutlery here.

  • Restaurants in Accra

    Lord of the Wings

    This restaurant is part of a worldwide chain specialising in chicken wings and many other fast food favourites such as burgers and nachos. This branch, one of two in Acca, boasts a bright hall in American diner style. It couldn’t be much more suitably situated than close to the US Embassy in Cantonments, but this does mean it's consequently busy despite its rather expensive prices.

  • Restaurants in Accra

    XO Sushi Restaurant & Bar

    There are plenty of Asian eateries in Accra, but this chic restaurant in the booming airport area is unique in that it offers such a variety of Pan Asian dishes. Japanese, Thai and Philippine dishes are just some of those up for order, as are plenty of options for vegetarians and vegans.

  • Restaurants 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 laptops, but at night it comes alive as cocktails are poured and dance music is turned up, hopefully not disturbing those who are slumbering in the affordable Byblos Hotel above.

  • Restaurants in Accra

    Moka’s Resto Cafe

    This new restaurant and café in booming Labone offers good options from breakfast until a late dinner. Choose between croissants and muffins, Italian-style pizza and pasta, burgers and freshly pressed juice from the outside fruit bar. There are two outdoor spaces and an air-conditioned interior. The only niggle is the cost, particularly after adding VAT to the menu prices.

  • Restaurants in Accra

    Zen Garden

    The kitchen offers pizza, pasta and platters of Lebanese fare in this enclosed garden. There is a little wooden indoor pavilion for the hot afternoon hours, but the outdoor space is the prime pull, especially at night when its warmly lit. Sitting beneath the majestic trees and sipping one of their smoothies (or cocktails) is a great way to pass the time.

  • Restaurants 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 plastic chairs, eating with your hands and sauces that keep fans coming back. Cutlery available upon request for the less adventurous.