Luckily, we got you covered with some cool spots where you can have a really good time on a budget.
Here is a list of affordable restaurants in Accra to help you relax and eat cheap on a budget while feeling boujee from a luxurious setting.
Not too old a place, La Brasa is a perfect Friday night hangout spot. Its superbly charcoal-grilled chicken wings are fastly earning it a reputation. treat yourself with a pair of these wings and spicy Jollof, or some golden-fried yam and some after dessert or cocktail. La Brasa is surely a good deal.
My search for affordable restaurants in Accra led us to Mojo bar, which is one of the coolest hideouts but a fun hangout spot. The cafe is a great place to meet up with friends because it is located in Osu one of Accra’s hottest spots so be sure to have a mojo night when you stop by.
Still in the vicinity, how about veering to Escobar village located in the middle of Accra’s trendiest neighborhoods East legon. amazing foods and cocktails to your taste while soaking in the beautiful lighting and ambiance.
Coco Vanilla (Adiriganor)
The attention to detail in Coco Vanilla is pretty astounding, from the antique bar counter and stools to the lovely private sitting area. Everything is quite reasonably priced, The attention to detail extends to the food as well so. to enjoy a relaxing evening stopping over during or after work doesn’t seem excessive at all.
Republic bar is a hidden spot in the back alley of Accra’s popular Oxford Street. pretty small space but If you’re in the mood for a long night try their drink menu. Their flagship cocktail, Anyone for “Okokroko“? Gin combined with Ghanaian chili and mint. Pow!
Chez Clarisse Mama Africa
Clarisse has a delightful atmosphere made by soft conversation and Francophone music for such a reasonably priced restaurant, making for a wonderful dining experience. looking forward to a mouth-watering traditional meal, Start with a calabash of the local drink, and depending on how deluxe the grilled tilapia is. It is only wise to enjoy genuine attieke, alloco (kelewele) on the side.