Dine at one of Osu’s numerous hip eateries. Osu, an Accra suburb, is noted for its nightlife and a diverse range of restaurants, hotels, and entertainment opportunities.
Café Dez Amis is a concept lifestyle restaurant located at Osu, adjacent to Jubilee House and the French embassy. From 7 a.m. to 10 p.m., it serves gourmet coffees, sandwiches and salads, as well as cold fresh juices and ice cream. Breakfast, as well as freshly made breads and pastries, are served throughout the day. There is also an outdoor cocktail bar selling Mojitos and other international beverages. It also includes wireless internet connection.
“Maquis Tante Marie,” located in Labone near the Metro TV building, is a restaurant that serves a range of African cuisines in a nice garden setting.
Frankie’s on Oxford Street in Osu is a renowned Accra tourist destination. Accommodation, a restaurant, a salad bar, ice cream, and a bakery/pastry store are all available.
Livingstone Safari Restaurant, Haveli (Indian Cuisine), Papaye (Fast Food), Asanka Locals (Traditional Ghanaian Cuisine), and Noble House Restaurant are all popular dining options in Osu (Indian and Chinese Cuisine).