NsuomNam is the most-talked-about Ghanaian-owned restaurant in Cantonments causing rifts on social media. According to most, NsuomNam is too expensive, looking at the posture of the owner, who is rumoured to be Edwina Nana Dokua Akufo-Addo, the president’s daughter.
Edwina Akufo Addo, daughter of Akufo Addo and in-law to Dwomoh has built $6M restaurant called Nsuonam. This is your taxpayer money!! pic.twitter.com/8oxFwy9XyQ
— KOJO DYNAMIC 𓃵 (@AnnanPerry) October 25, 2022
NsuomNam is the restaurant commentator Kelvin Taylor accused the H. E. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo’s daughter, Edwina, of using Ghanaians’ money to set up. Taylor also insinuated that the ordinary Ghanaian could not afford to dine at NsuomNam – but how true is this? Because the other fraction vehemently denies this claim.
The debate could go on forever, but food blogger, Zubaida, did the honours of visiting and leaving a review.
She wrote, “The food was nice. The starter especially was 10/10. Service was good, plus the owner, the manager & the chef are so nice. The average spend for a drink, starter, main & dessert is ¢400pp.”
The food was nice, the starter especially was 10/10. Service was good plus the owner, the manager & the chef are so nice.
Average spend for a drink, starter, main & dessert, ¢400pp.
Full post in a bit. pic.twitter.com/t3APKh5fay
— Zubaida A-Rahman (@zubaidah_x) November 2, 2022
Videos showed a hush, serene, classy restaurant with high ceilings and gorgeous stylish cane chairs. A quick look at the menu offered price ranges from Gh45.00 to Ghc120.00 for starters. The mains are placed just a little above this range unless you want their seafood, which is the restaurant’s speciality, starting from Ghc180.00 to Ghc600.00.
Can you afford to eat at Nsuonam without breaking the bank? Don’t forget to leave your comments underneath this article.