Admittedly, Attiéké isn’t indigenous to Sierra Leone, but it has gained significant popularity and is often requested in this country with a vibrant culinary heritage. In the spirit of exploration (strictly for research purposes, of course), we set out to explore three restaurants renowned for their take on this delectable dish. Let’s dive into our findings:
King’s Bakery is a unique establishment offering a blend of lovely food and soul-soothing gospel music. They provide exceptional dining experiences, catering services for various events, a variety of cakes as well as classes for beginners and advanced learners. Among their offering is delicious offering of Attiéké.
Contact info: +232 76 777077/ (076) 533655
177 Main Regent Road Hill Station
Roof Garden, specializes in an array of delightful dishes, ranging from flavorful fried rice and Attiéké to sumptuous options like roast fish, local chicken (country fowl), couscous, and goat. Beyond its diverse menu, the restaurant is dedicated to fostering community connections and crafting memorable experiences. In essence, it’s not just a dining destination—it’s a welcoming space to gather, socialize, and indulge your taste buds.
Contact info: 076634062
31A Wilkinson road, Freetown, Sierra Leone
Founded in 2021 in Freetown, Way-li stands out as a versatile culinary destination, serving breakfast and lunch options alongside a diverse range of cuisines. This restaurant is tailored to meet the diverse needs of various people and events, with a mission centered on delivering quality, healthy, and affordable food with Attiéké among their popular options.
Contact info: 072 11 11 00
17 Rawdon Street , Freetown, Sierra Leone
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Bimbola Carrol is the founder and CEO of Visit Sierra Leone (VSL TRAVEL), a prominent destination management company in Sierra Leone. He has played a key role in promoting Sierra Leone as an up-and-coming tourist spot and fostering sustainable tourism, contributing to the country’s economy, culture, and environment. His expertise in tourism, IT, marketing, and e-commerce enables him to provide valuable services to clients. In his free time, he enjoys squash, hiking, writing and profiling innovative businesses in Sierra Leone.