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Coco Lounge

  • Restaurants
  • Accra
  • price 2 of 4
  • 5 out of 5 stars
  • Recommended
  1. Delicious Coco Lounge Eggs Rancheros. Crisp corn tortilla with two fried eggs, refried beans and spicy tomato sauce, melted cheddar and crumbled white cheese. A spicy way to jump-start the day. 

  2. Coco Lounge’s innovative breakfast pizza is cooked  in a brick oven  and topped with delicious scrambled eggs, smoked ham, cheddar cheese and spring onions.

  3. This dreamy and decadent triple layer raspberry sponge is just one great reason to pop into Coco Lounge for afternoon tea. 

  4. Cakes are all the rage at Coco Lounge, where resident pastry chef Geisa Carneiro creates stunning and mouth-watering daily delights including speciality miso cake and delicious chocolate and marble cakes. 


Time Out says

5 out of 5 stars

From the leather bar seating to the tilework in the private dining room, the attention to detail in Coco Lounge is quite amazing. Local artist Nana Anoff has installed pieces alongside thoroughly modern and brave design touches, as you’d expect coming from the same stable as design store La Maison next door, which also curated the restaurant’s interior. The pizza oven is dressed up as an old Italian truck and a sight to behold. Incredible space for sure, so what about the food? The tight menu of mains includes sandwiches, burgers and fish and chips. Plus there’s a wide range of salad dishes, rice bowls and that wood-fired pizza. But what's really amazing is the price. For an experience like this, it's all very reasonably priced – popping in for a weekday lunch doesn't seem remotely extravagant.  

Oh, and don’t forget the home-made ice cream and cakes. The focus on detail continues through to the food – renowned New York chef Andrew DiCataldo has designed the menu as well as that of the flagship Urban Grill. Our burger was on a brioche (thank heavens), and the quinoa salad was loaded with dried fruit and nuts – an inviting sight. The dickie-bowed wait staff were attentive and kind. The cocktail list is also impressive. Meko Martini anyone? It’s Ketel One Vodka with Ghanaian chili. Pow!


Icon House
Stanbic Heights,
Airport City
Cross street:
Independence, North Liberation Link
Main courses GH¢25-65. Credit MC, V.
Opening hours:
Open 9am-11pm daily
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