This has become the place of choice for the expats who wish to be able to sit outside eating continental food, served with a large range of beers and a variety of music, the later of which is something that will bring visitors again and again ., Chris & Heta are very welcoming hosts and immediately everyone is made to feel special. I look forward to future visits as there seems to be new enhancements each time .
Time Out says
Posted: Wed Jul 31 2013
While Ryan’s Bar (the former occupant of this site) was a much loved venue, Cuzzy Bro’s instantly filled the gap for expats looking for quality beer, good food and sport on the telly. The focus for Cuzzy Bro’s is outdoors in the large grounds: there are two al fresco bars selling, thank heavens, an interesting selection of beer, including Erdinger, Chimay, Fuller’s London Pride and ESB. It’s a lively place to hang out on a weekend evening, especially when there’s live music – jazz is popular. The food is solid pub grub, with all the meat imported from South Africa; the home-ground burgers are our choice. There’s a ‘spit braai’ (spit roast) on Wednesday evenings and Sunday lunchtimes (GH¢70). The inside area is basic, but refreshingly cool, and the many TVs cater mainly to sports fans – rugby is a theme across the pub. You’ll see Super 12 team shirts on the wall, in a nod to the owners’ South African heritage.
Troas Street, off Cantoments Road (Oxford Street)
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