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© Daniel Neilson

More of a street stall than a restaurant, Katawodieso is semi-legendary in Accra. It serves excellent traditional Ghanaian food – and the queues at lunchtime attest its success. Within a courtyard are bubbling pots of banku, fufu and jollof rice, although the speciality here is waakye. Walk in and take a seat if there’s room, or order in the kiosk from one of the waitresses and see what arrives. The restaurant has been at this location for a quarter of a century and is well known across the city. 

Venue name: Katawodieso
Address: Labone Junction

Opening hours: Open from 7am daily
Price: Main courses GH¢5-15
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