Find out what International restaurants to try in Cape Coast. Cape Coast, or Cabo Corso, is a city and fishing port, and the capital of Cape Coast Metropolitan District and Central Region of south Ghana. Cape Coast is situated on its south to the Gulf of Guinea. Cape Coast had a settlement population of 169,894 people (2010 census). From the 16th century until Ghanaian independence, the city and fishing port changed hands between the British, the Portuguese, the Swedish, the Danish and the Dutch.
Things to do in Cape Coast
DO NOT GO HERE, unless you donât have another choice.We were apparently unnoticed for 15 minutes, though some staff were hanging about inattentive to whether there were any customers waiting to be served. One was actually eating a snack behind the bar. Eventually we managed to summon a waitress. We asked for menus. This proved to be a huge problem as the only menu took 10 minutes to arrive, courtesy of the very slow-moving waitress. After a few minutes we summoned her to order. Despite the menu having a very impressive selection, she informed us that there were only a few dishes available. We both ordered plain rice with beef and vegetables â certainly more edible than not, but nothing to write home about. The bill, including 2 soft drinks was 52 GHc (about Â£8.50). I gave 60 GHc and then waited for the change. And waited, and waited. The waitress had disappeared. After a search we found her, but she could only find 6 GHc for change. We left.
This place is a hidden gem. It is located on a university campus and it offers great coffee and espresso based drinks. It's salads and sandwiches are par excellent and goes best with their smoothies and freshly juiced fruit juices. They have great top-rated books for in-shop reading. They also have free wifi with decent speed.Their Ice creams, frozen yogurt and exotic teas will definitely impress you.
It was hot and humid, and after spending a few hours in the Elmina and Cape Coast castles, we needed food and refreshments. A local taxi driver recommended the place and we were not disappointed. Second floor seating has fresh air and fans, food was excellent, drinks were cold, service was great and the vibes were nice. They have shows in the evening. Have a look at their Facebook page. Great place.
4 based on 20 reviews
Went on the recommendation of the guidebook, but Hayfords was slightly disappointing. At lunch, i was the only person in the place, which slightly concerns me - clearly not hugely popular. chicken jollof rice was OK, and good portion, but I think overpriced at 27 GHC, compared to other places I visited. Friendly staff but no WiFi offered. I didn't go back.
3 based on 110 reviews
Oasis Beach Resort welcomes you! We have accomodation for everybody and every budget, well prepared local and international food, a well stocked, buzzling beach bar and an Italian-style woodfired pizza oven. There are acrobatic shows, traditional drumming
The location of this resort is just perfect. We arrived on Saturday and could party in the bar. Food and drinks relatively cheap. On Sunday we took a 8 min beach walk to Cape coast castle, we visited some local shops and had dinner in the resort. Really enjoyed our stay.
4 based on 23 reviews
We went to New Life based on trip advisor ratings. It's literally a hole in the wall which could be charming but unfortunately is not. It is run by a rastafarian gentleman the clientele consisted mostly of chilled out customers. We ordered the jolof rice which took about 1h20 min to be served. It was a record even by Ghanain standard! To top it all, the food was uneventful- undercooked soupy tomato-y rice. What a farce! Not sure what the trip advisor customers were smoking in giving this place 5 stars.... but I can guess.
4 based on 137 reviews
The small Vegetarian Restaurant is the perfect place to rest during your visit in Cape Coast. It lies between the Castle and the Market amidst the busy town. Our patio, built in traditional style, has a nice view over the sea and the busy Atta Mills Avenu
this is a perfect place to try and tast ghanaen food. excellent dishes, amazing fresh juice drinks. The staff is extremely friendly and always happy to serve you. and after been served you can go shopping in the nearby shop where they sell products made by the students of the Baobab Children Foundation.ein perfekter Platz um das leckerste ghanaische Essen zu probieren, das in der Gegend zu finden ist. dazu leckere FruchtsÃ¤fte und Smoothies - einfach ein MUSS.
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