This venue is attached to the Paloma hotel and offers a buffet and ordering style service so you are guaranteed all sorts of dishes from less traditional to lite local dishes like jolloff rice, plantain, fried yam and waakye.
But it’s a place where you know you will get chicken, rice, jolloff plantain stews and chips, pasta and pizza. If you like to keep it safe and simple and know that this is what you want to eat then Paloma is the place to visit. We did not find it that all awe inspiring or adventurous it did what it did on the tin, it gave us food we knew and trusted with not much to write home about apart from “Mummy, daddy we have have eaten today and are full”
Downsides the order service can be a little slow at times also remember this place is open 24hrs so you got to think there is always going to be food on the go. We would recommend coming down for the Sunday buffet which is good value starting from 40ghc between 12pm and 5pm.
Final verdict; With plenty of al fresco dining space, charming staff and a mix of international cuisine (Ghanaian, Lebanese, wood-fired pizza), this is a nice place to stop for lunch.The Sunday buffet is good value overall.