This is a hard place to define. It shares premises with the Thai Island, Tam-Tam and Toros Tapas Bar, but is nonetheless mostly based in its own pleasant garden (and despite being next to a busy road, it does seem pretty tranquil). There’s an outdoor bar that also serves barbecued chicken, although most people come for the wood-fired pizzas. On weekend evenings there’s frequently live music, and there are often tunes blasting out at any time.
|Opening hours:||Open 11am-9pm Mon-Thur, Sun; 11am-midnight Fri, Sat.|
|Price:||Main courses GH¢8-20.|
Average User Rating
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The place is nice, especially when they have there Salsa Night (Wed), Kizomba Nigbht (Thu), and live music (Fri) BUT you really have to watch out not to be cheated by the waiters when the bring the bill! It happened to us several times with various waiters who even have different strategies to cheat! I advise that you always ask when you order about the respective prices (since they only have a menu for the Thai food) but even then the waiter might tell you a different price, especially when you order a bottle of wine.