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Dan Neilsen

Conveniently situated close to the centre of Osu, Buka is, without question, one of the best lunch spots in the city – and more often than not has full tables to show for it. Set on the first floor, it gives a sense of escape from the throng, with lively music and wraparound wooden trellises adding to the ambience. The food itself hinges largely on Ghanaian and Nigerian specialties – dishes include okra stew and eba (a dough ball eaten with stews). Try and avoid peak lunch hours.

Venue name: Buka
Address: 10th Lane, near the old American Embassy

Opening hours: Open noon-10pm Mon-Sat; noon-6pm Sun.
Price: Main courses GH¢20-40.
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