#MeetTheChef - Emerging Nomadic & Private Chef Amfo of Biishville Serving An Intimate Dining Experience.

The dining experience is slowly but surely changing in Ghana with the growth of private chefs giving Ghanaians a pleasurable dining affair not often found in the average traditional restaurant. There is a steady incline of young chefs dedicating their work to nomadic (pop-up restaurants) & private chef services. One of such new generation chefs is a young man who out of a passion for cooking has turned that zeal into a business venture which is making the waves in Accra. 

Chef Amfo hosted us recently to experience not only his food but also to give more insight into his journey into this industry and the daily challenges he faces as well.

#MyKpenkpeshie: Award-Winning Actress Lydia Forson Shares Her Natural Hair Journey, Thoughts On Men Who Love Natural Hair & More...

I had a man in my life one time, who actually told me he doesn’t want to wake up next to a boy. There was a very long time when my hair was very short, I texturized it at one point. But when you have men in your life who question whether you are pretty enough in short hair it can be an uncomfortable conversation

Dealing With The Feeling of "Being Left Behind" Just In Time For 2017.

Well, because the year is almost ended and you may feel like you didn’t get what you prayed for and you are late in attaining a goal you may have set for yourself this year. Or you may be feeling left behind as you watched many of your friends getting married; your plans to travel never came to pass; your plans of going back to school didn’t become a reality; your dream of starting a business never manifested.

At Coco Lounge, All-Day Breakfast That's Good For The Soul | Restaurant Review

The menu for All-Day Breakfast is a simple one pager listing a Full English Breakfast, Tortilla's, Breakfast Pizza, Huevos Rancheros, Waakye, etc. Yes, you read that right. There's Waakye at Coco Lounge for the expat/tourist who's a bit shy/scared/unsure of buying roadside waakye like how we the locals do. But I wasn't here for the waakye. A Full English Breakfast if you please. Make that two.