|The lunch buffet is the best idea for veg*n folks, as there are several vegan options to choose from. Presentation is weak, but that matters to some more than others. This is an excellent choice for dining with non-veg*n folks who want to try something different.||greg
|Unlike Ethiopian food, which I love, Ghanaian cusine does not include injera. One unsual dish, palmnut soup with fufu. was great. Fufu is plantain or yam pounded into a consistency that was soft and gooey and delicious, reminding me of melted cheese in soup. Maybe it could be used as a pizza topping! Llunch buffet is very vegan-friendly, and I like their saying so clearly on the lunch menu.||Vegan Living
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