Restaurants to visit in Accra
Restaurants to visit in Accra


Update your list of Restaurants in Accra with this new list

Written by Darryl Sarpong

Restaurants to visit in Accra
Restaurants to visit in Accra

Did your alarms go off when you read the word budget, in Accra? Well, here are 10 real and actual restaurants in Accra, where you won’t pay 300gh for seafood noodles which are well-plated Indomie. From a place of silence to a hotel with a restaurant, whether it’s hanging around with your friends, and family, maybe on a date, or you are just seeking to find a new area to discover, here are the top 10 budget-friendly restaurants you can check out.

1. My Weku Gardens

Located in Adjiringanor, East Legon, this serene environment has a large surrounding, a beautiful garden, and free Wi-Fi service for customers to enjoy their time while enjoying their affordable menu. They provide breakfast, lunch, and supper. You can do anything, from breakfast to dessert to even evening cocktails. The average person’s budget should be between 100 and 150 cedis. They are open from Monday to Saturday, as early as 10 am, and close at 10 pm. Guess what? They are open on Sundays too, right after church service from 12 noon to 10 pm You can also reach them at 0559101334 and find them on Instagram @mywekugardens.

2. Cache Cache

If you’re looking for a fantastic breakfast, lunch, or dinner that won’t break the budget, go no further than this source of local and continental meals. From customer service to meal flavor, they provide excellent service. An unequivocal suggestion for your family-sized hangout, with plenty of plans to carry out. Cachie & Cachie is located at Red Oil Filling Station, Westland, which you can easily find on Google Maps. With an average of 100 cedis, you can enjoy a variety of meals. You can find them on Instagram @cachie&cachie or reach them directly on 0503499783.

3. Mr Shine Foods

Mr. Shine Foods is a relatively new location that appeals to a wide range of people and has a lovely space that makes it ideal for peaceful daytime focus work sessions. They include all of your favorite sweets, drinks, and delectable delicious food items like Bissap, Fries, American breakfast & a lot of other meals. A super budget-friendly location in Adjiringanor, East Legon, which you can easily find with Google Maps. The average spend for each person is between 50-150 cedis. They are open from Monday to Saturday as early as 6 am to 10 pm and Sundays as well, from 12 noon to 10 pm. 0556705233/0302975294. Struggling to connect, their Instagram handle is here to follow as well; @mr.shinefoods


In this crazy economy of ours, how amazing is it to acquire food and drinks for as little as 100 cedis? It’s giving Oops to the economy. This recently opened bar offers cuisine and the perfect atmosphere for watching live sports matches, making it a treat for all types of people. With a budget of 80 to 150 cedis per person, you can enjoy Noodles with vegetables, grilled chicken, and other meals. This restaurant can be found in East Legon, in the same building as Garage. You can reach them on Instagram


Tchetche Restaurant
Image from Tchetche Instagram account

A restaurant that not only provides an exquisite living experience but also specializes in tasty meals prepared with fresh ingredients and skill by their amazing culinary crew. Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner options are also open to the general public; we wouldn’t want to rob anyone of this goodness. They also have their all-round buffet available on Sundays for all those who enjoy local Ghanaian dishes. An average spend would be between 150 to 190 cedis.  You can reach them on 0504038103/0204575763 or easily find them on Instagram @hoteltchetche


If you are looking for the best place to experience the famous fufu, you have come to the right place! You can’t go wrong with Three05 Restaurant’s fufu. This restaurant located in East Legon is a welcoming environment that serves local and continental dishes. On an average budget of 80-120 cedis, you can enjoy some meals from their menu. They are open from 11 am to 10 pm on Mondays to Saturdays. On Sundays however, they start at 10 am and close at 10 pm. You can reach them directly at 0598034545/0201745586 or follow them on Instagram @three05restaurant_


Located in Madina, adjacent to Seed House, is this pleasant atmosphere accessible to everyone, but most especially, students. With just your student ID, you instantly get a whooping discount to enjoy more meals from their menu! All you need is an average budget of 50 to 150 cedis per person. They are open from Tuesdays to Saturdays at 11 am-10 pm and on Sundays at 1:30 pm to 9 pm. You can also reach them directly on 0531233024/05399652778 or follow them on Instagram @kazins_bite


This restaurant is located on the Airport Residential area stretch—who would have believed that such affordable meals would be available in this area? It seems unreal, doesn’t it? Well, with an average budget of 100 to 200 cedis per person, you can enjoy the premium luxury service and meals at this restaurant. As early as 7 am, they are open from Mondays to Saturdays and close at 10 pm. On Sundays, they are open from 1 pm to 10 pm or you can reach them on 0530074881. Their social media handles are @marinaterestaurant


This is for my Korean-obsessed friends who appreciate the beauty of Korean food and culture. From the base, freshly sourced veggies, protein, sauces, and toppings, the establishment delivers a ‘hip’ and ‘cool’ ambiance to its customers with everything from an ‘Instagrammable’ graffiti painting to thumping beats playing out on the venue’s terrace. The budget per head is around 100 to 150 cedis. Wok Boyz is located in the bustling city of Osu. You can reach them on 0506191444/0506833770 or follow their Instagram @wokboyzghana


A restaurant that combines our exquisite culinary heritage with an excellent dining experience to give consumers a genuine taste of Ghana. Located at Roman Ridge, behind Jack and Jill School, Azmera serves a variety of dishes including local dishes such as Fufu, Banku, Omo-tuo & a lot more. They also have buffet options available, however with an average budget per head of 150 cedis. You can reach directly on 0302 770/0268029966.

About The Writer

Darryl Sarpong writes for Spark Magazine

In addition to being a Sports fan, Darryl is also a Creative Writer. His ability to craft stories that are both palatable and accessible for readers and viewers stems from his precise demonstration of interest in food, entertainment, and lifestyle. Follow him on Instagram and Twitter

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