There’s no menu at Ebe Ye Yie. You place your order by pointing through the Plexiglas divider at the steam table’s unpredictable offerings of Ghanaian dishes: spicy soups and stews with massive chunks of beef or fish, for about $10. These main courses are accompanied by filling starches like fufu, a log made from cooked yams, pounded until they’re glutinous and firm; gari, a cassava-based couscous; and rice with black-eyed peas. It’s customary to eat with your fingers here; a small bottle of liquid soap and a bowl of water are provided at each table. The squeamish, however, can ask for plastic spoons.
|Venue name:||Ebe Ye Yie||Contact:|
2364 Jerome Ave
|Cross street:||between North and 184th Sts|
|Transport:||Subway: 4 to 183rd St|
|Price:||Average main course: $10. Cash only|
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