Three eateries in one, all of which are likely to leave you happily replenished. Monsoon’s centrepiece is its bar, a reasonably plush spot that wouldn’t look out of place in any city, and its main à la carte selection offers a good choice of seafood and meat options. On the outside terrace, meanwhile, there’s access to two smaller eateries – a sushi parlour and a teppanyaki restaurant. Its central location makes it a good place to start a night out.
41 Cantonments Road (Oxford Street)
above Osu Food Court
|Opening hours:||Open 5.30pm-late Mon-Sat.|
|Price:||Main courses (from á la carte menu) GH¢40-60.|
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Had food poisoning from stale sushi that knocked me out for a full day. Good luck to all the brave souls that venture there
I like the food there but I have to warneveryone that I was double charged at the Monsoon restaurant in Osu and was given the run around for a few weeks before being completely ignored. The charge in question occurred when I was in Nairobi but no recompense was forthcoming. I think folks should be aware .... the food is good tho ... it's a shame.