ABOUT GHANAIAN FOOD Spicy, smokey, sweet, sour, rich, filling, natural, nutty and healthy. Ghanaian food is all that and much more. Our cuisine is the original ‘slow food’, as our stews and soups can take many hours, much love + patience to prepare. It’s hard to sum up Ghanaian food in a few words but generally, fresh or smoked fish, crab, goat, chicken or beef are the favourites choices for meals which are often cooked with ingredients such as palm fruits, tomatoes, coconut, ginger, melon seeds finished off with one of the varieties of fresh greens and vegetables.
STREET FOOD IN GHANA includes roasted or fried plantains with toasted peanuts, red red beans drizzled with red palm fruit oil and plantain, brofot (doughnuts), peanut cakes, ginger or hibiscus based drinks and deserts, spicy fried bean cakes (khoose), coconut cookies, chichinga kebabs, meat pies, waakye (a rice an bean dish), jollof rice and fresh fruits like mangoes, pawpaw (papaya), coconuts, pineapples.
AT CHALÉ! LET’S EAT our menu represents traditional family Ewe-Ghanaian dishces alongside some innovate additions to keep the foodies guessing! Check out our instagram account for more food pictures.