Tema is a city on the Bight of Benin and Atlantic coast of Ghana. It is located 25 kilometres (16 mi) east of the capital city; Accra, in the region of Greater Accra, and is the capital of the Tema Metropolitan District. As of 2013, Tema is the eleventh most populous settlement in Ghana, with a population of approximately 161,612 people – a marked decrease from its 2005 figure of 209,000. The Greenwich Meridian (00 Longitude) passes directly through the city. Tema is locally nicknamed the "Harbour Town" because of its status as Ghana's largest seaport.
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4.5 based on 178 reviews
I've become a regular guest over the past 7 years and I've never been disappointed.
A special place that offers consistently excellent Mediterranean cuisine - I'm loving it each and every time.
Owner is super attentive; service could be improved at times. But not worth noting ... I'll be back ;-)
4.5 based on 184 reviews
The Venue is a cozy continental restaurant in the heart of East Legon. Our serene atmosphere is conducive for all dining types and our menu satisfies everyone's taste. come dine with us.
Excellent restaurant, with a wide menu, from seafood platter to pizza. Price in the average, but a good bargan for what you will find on the table. The environment is nice, in pure african style. Service attentive and friendly. Not easy to find, and not close to downtown, but you will not regret travelling to reach the place.
3.5 based on 19 reviews
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Food is only OK--heavy on spring rolls, sweet and sour sauce, fried noodles and such--adequate but far from top-end Chinese cuisine.
4.5 based on 5 reviews
I went on a lunch date with a friend and the first thing that surprised me was the interior decor. It's quite lovely and given the very unassuming exterior, i didnt think the inside would look that nice.
It was quiet when we went, so the staff were extremely attentive, pleasant and even gave us free samples. The food was very good too.
Not exactly cheap, so id say not for casual dining. But for a nice treat, I recommend it.
4.5 based on 29 reviews
We enjoyed a wonderful dinner. The prices were good, the portions we good, the food was great. The lasagna was especially good.Thank you very much for your nice review! We are happy that you had a great overall experience. Our lasagna is a very popular dish, as our chef even makes the pasta himself! We look forward to seeing you again!
4 based on 2 reviews
A small fast food type self service restaurant that's not busy. Clean with simple good looking decor. Serves fried chicken, chips or fried/jollof rice, brine shrimp, sweet quail eggs, cold okra, salad, fried noodles, pizza, burgers. The standard portion is three pieces of bread crumbed chicken and chips. Took 14 minutes after I had been told 9 minutes when I placed the order. The chips were excellent and the chicken very tasty but be sure to have a good calory burn plan after eating all this chicken! A good meal for GHS 25.
4 based on 19 reviews
have been coming for a number of years - the restaurant has relocated from original place and has lost out on some customers - however the food remains consistently good and the music great - looking at the previous review, am surprised because it is not a coffee shop and doesnt pretent to - have taken numerous people here all who think it ranks high up on the Tema Scene - meat very good and sauces excellent as well as their "fried potaotoes" with onions and other things - try omlette, kebabs, chicken and basically anything
4.5 based on 117 reviews
Vida E Caffè' Is Portuguese For 'life And Coffee' – And That's Just What We Are About: Making Life Better, One Authentic Espresso-based caffe at a Time #vidaecaffeghana
Local high-end coffee chain. Good coffee. Excellent wifi and seems to be a popular place to study. Seems to be one of the few places open on Sunday in Accra.Thank you, we are happy to hear you love our shop and products. Yes we are open all year round at the same opening hours.
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