This experiences gets you to the heart of Accra through local food. From kelewele to red red to soups and fufu, your curator Frances - a well known foodie and event publicist in town, will take you to hidden places to find the best Ghanaian food and share her city's culinary traditions with you.
Frances is the founder of JamJar an events and marketing company that's one of the largest of it's kind. She has worked with Möet, TimeOut, and others to bring bands to life in Ghana's capital city. Francis is an avid foodie knowing the ins and outs of where to put something in her belly form local hole in the walls to luxury settings.
A closer look at Accra Through My Belly: Sunday Soups and Swallows
Here's What We'll Be Doing
Experience Black Star Power through your belly with one of the biggest foodies in town. You'll get a taste of authentic, hard to find local fare complete with views and vibes.
You'll start off your foodie experience tasting some of the best kewlewele (plaintains with chilli) and red red (a black eyed pea stew cooked in palm oil).
After you've got your street food fix, beat the church crowds at a Ghanaian tradition - Omotuo Soup for lunch. Your curator Frances knows the best places in town to get this traditional meal and you'll wash it down with local beer and Alvaro for good measure.
You'll close out the day with a stop at Ghana's most popular gourment cupcake chain and indulge in flavors from buttery rainbow to red velvet to chocolate crunch.
More Details on What's Included
You'll sample soups (groundnut
light soup) and swallows (banku
Reviews from people who’ve done this
13 Apr, 2019
Had a lovely lunch with Yayra!
Where we'll meet
Shoprite is a large grocery store on Oxford street in Osu