For more than six months now we’ve been investigating some of the hundreds of nationalities that call London home: a small thumbs-up to the cultural panoply that makes this city great. This week we’re turning to one of the capital’s biggest diaspora communities. Ghanaians have lived in London for centuries, with big populations in several parts of the city from Tottenham to Croydon, and they’ve made their mark on London culture: Ozwald Boateng, Idris Elba and Stormzy all have Ghanaian roots.
Now we want to know: what’s your favourite Ghanaian place in London? From restaurants to cultural centres, fashion boutiques and grocery stores to clubs and festivals, tell us your tips for the best places to catch a taste of Ghana in the capital. We’ll use the best in an upcoming issue of Time Out.
Need some inspiration? Here are the best African restaurants in London.