Still Day 2 of the Ghana road tour, searching for
what my driver thinks is a suitable restaurant.
Stanley was dubious about the availability of restaurants which I imagine he considered suitable for me. However, since I had lived in Togo and was familiar with village food, I was up for anything that didn’t involve fermenting or seafood.
Before long, we pulled up to Stanley’s favorite fufu restaurant.
It was airy and pretty. There weren’t many people there at the time, possibly because we were a bit early for lunch.
The view from our table.
Luckily for me, groundnut soup was available, my favorite.
This is a typical table setting in a West African restaurant. You’re given a bowl of water for washing hands before and after the meal. The green liquid in the bottle on the left is soap. The small tan bowl is for bones.
Lunch was good, and the total for the two of us was about US$6, half the price of a meal for one at a hotel.