Entertainment of Friday, 21 January 2011
Accra, Jan. 21, GNA - Sushi, the most famous Japanese dish outside Japan and a treasured meal in fast food joints in the US, has found a place on the menu of Chase, a new restaurant unveiled in Accra on Thursday. Chase, a brand name in the hospitality industry, located opposite Labone Coffee shop was officially inaugurated with a cocktail party, which also exposed the guests with a variety of international cuisine, which the restaurant intends to roll out onto the Ghanaian market.
Before La Mantse Nii Tettey Tsuru II, Mr Mike Reed, General Manager of Chase and Mr Fowz Nasser, the Managing Director, cut the tape to open the restaurant, the adorned and well lit Terrace Bar had already served out a diversity of beverages and 91small chops' some unfamiliar in Ghana, but good to taste t hough, in an atmosphere softened by jazz and other soul searching music.
Prior to Mr Reed dropping the news about sushi, which consists of cooked vinegared rice, he said Chase would serve good quality cuisine from all over the world including Ghanaian traditional dishes. The list includes fresh and oriental food, salads and burgers. Mr Reed said the full menu operation would take off next week.
He promised the delighted guests that Chase would not be confined to Labone or Accra Metropolis alone but would spread through out Ghana under the fast food concept. A lady entrepreneur in her 30's told the Ghana News Agency (GNA) und= er condition of anonymity that Chase was likely to chase non-performing restaurants out of town. "Don't laugh it is true, some of them would be chased out by Chase= "she told the GNA reporter as she walked away.