Looking for a Coffee House in Labone? Well here is a Satisfying Formula.

 

Not many things are as frustrating and perhaps even torturous, as working your way tediously through a Math problem and realizing — usually when you have the answer or rather a variable of what the correct answer should actually be — that you may have taken a wrong turn along the route of your calculation. If this happens during a non-formally regulated study period, then you may be able to get some assistance to help you arrive at the desired mathematical destination.

While you don’t need to be Professor Allotey to find a desired destination through unfamiliar routes, getting lost because you took a wrong turn can evoke a similar frustration as what happens when you err in the steps of a mathematical calculation. This may especially be true if you are in a hurry. Both a tour guide and a teaching assistant offer guidance through new areas so one can arrive at a set destination.
If you are new to Labone (or anywhere close to it) or just generally unfamiliar with the area, then you can think of me as a special tour guide or even a teaching assistant, if you will.

When you move to a new area, beside recharge card vendors and grocery stores, you would want to have a café or eatery that fits snugly with your routine like a school prefect’s socks. And this is where I come in. Behold, I present to you Labone’s finest coffee house – Bourbon House Café. Not only do they make the best coffee, they have the finest pastries, excellent service and they are easy to locate!
Bourbon House Café offers a soothing ambiance in an ideal location. This makes it pivotally useful when it comes to finding a space where you can shuffle through your thoughts, plan out your day and get some light work done (thanks to their fast and free WiFi), all while enjoying the best mug of coffee there is.

Maybe, you have not moved to Labone in residential terms. Maybe, you have just got a new job in the area. That works too. In fact, considering how much time we spend in our offices, you might want to consider — and rightly so — Bourbon House Café as your home away from home. Not only can you enjoy a hearty breakfast featuring amazing coffee, you can also treat yourself to sinfully delicious and affordable lunch!

Bourbon House Café also gives you the option of making reservations ahead of time. Talk about convenience! You can go to the link below to make your reservation:
http://bourbonhousecafe.com.gh/index.php/reservations
If you are looking for the perfect café in Labone, then Bourbon House Café is the place. A more satisfying formula (pun very intended) than this, there is not! I assure you.

 

Nana Karikari

Ghana Jollof is Lit!

Jollof rice is a West African tomato-based rice dish named after the Wolof people of Senegambia. Though its origins are indisputably Senegambian, today, jollof is claimed by most of West Africa, each country adding a twist of its own to the already delectable recipe. Notable African countries which vociferously claim ownership of this finger-licking dish are Ghana and Nigeria. Any person even vaguely familiar with internet speak and social media trends must have come across the famous #jollofwars.

Jollof has become the centre of an internet war with no certain beginning and no impending end, where predominantly Ghanaians and Nigerians battle it out on the World Wide Web, the weapons of wit and humour amply stocked in their arsenals, over whose recipe tastes best.

Clearly, when it comes to the cooking of jollof, as with many other things, the most important thing is not who started it, but who has made the best out of it. The Senegambian region may boast its invention, for which the rest of foodie West Africa is eternally grateful, but when it comes to who has constructed its legacy, Nigeria is the obvious first runner-up, with Ghana lifting the trophy. Jollof wars may yet be over, but as we say here in Ghana, “Agorɔ bɛsɔ a, na efiri anɔpa!”

Imagine you are in Ghana, Accra to be specific, and itching for a taste of that world-famous Ghana jollof. You need a place which combines the spicy essence of Ghanaian cooking, with a flavourful twist, then Bourbon House Café is your best bet! Try their Ghana jollof with mouth-watering jerk chicken; as hot as it is delicious. Or if high levels of kpakpo shito is more heat than your tongue can handle, but you still need that spicy kick, then try their Ghana Jollof and chicken satay. If for you, jollof is no jollof without the standard healthy serving of goat meat, then once again, Bourbon House Café has got you covered. Or perhaps you want to stick to regular Ghana jollof and grilled chicken? Look no further! If perhaps jollof and fish is your go-to, then Bourbon House café’s Jollof and fish filet was made just for you. Bourbon house café has the best Ghana jollof, with an equally yummy array of accompaniments.

Whatever you choose, Bourbon House Café is the perfect place to go to prove to anyone from, Antarctica to Nigeria and back, that Jollof is lit, and oh yes, Ghana has won this war.

Adelaide Asiedu