Azmera Restaurant: "Authentic Tastes-Like-Home #Ghanaian
Cuisine" - #Restaurant
On entering the one-level open space restaurant, it’s easy to instantly feel the ethnicity and originality of Azmera restaurant. From the touch of #Africanprint
as furniture coverings, curtains and ceiling covers to the unexpected and oh-so delightful traditional cooking equipments, it’s a restaurant which promises to bring back nostalgic memories even as you dig into mportorportor. A blend of both modern and traditional food serving techniques gives a homey feel, how we both have the blender and asanka in our kitchens for food preparation.
Traditional cooking clay pots
I made my way to a two seater table by the wall which are few in number and to my surprise, a waiter brought me a stool for my handbag. That’s thoughtful as sometimes as women we are forced to place our bags either on the floor or the table which occupies space. It was still early, not yet 12pm so the restaurant was quiet but food was definitely ready. As a buffet restaurant, I wasn’t expecting to be given a menu but within two minutes a waitress approached to take my drink order. As she ran me through the traditional local drinks; #asaana
my mind raced on which would go great with my lunch. My palmwine selection came in a small #calabash
, it’s as though she knew I was driving. The freshness of the drink balanced out excellently with the united nations soup which was light without too much chili burn, head scratching or nose leakage. An excellent starter for the rest of the journey ahead.
The trick to eating at Azmera to get your money’s worth is not to overdo it.
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