We’ve been impressed with the restaurant, so we had high hopes for the bakery, not least of all because it’s called Bread & Wine. This place couldn’t be more French unless the server sang La Marseillaise with every order. It’s as near as you’ll get to a true patisserie in Ghana. It’s best to sit and linger over your Le Monde with a croissant and double espresso, but you can take away as well. You’ll get your baguette, pain au raisin and doughnuts and a take away coffee. And fine it is too.
There’s more to Accra's coffee shops than just great brews. The last few years have seen an explosion of coffee culture in the capital. Do you agree with our choices? Add your suggestions to the comment box below