Exclusive place in Cape Coast, Ghana

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Brand new spot, yummee food like only your mim can do and service with the smile just 200 meters from  Cape Coast Castle

About Lemon Lounge

Our Delicious Story

We were dreaming about the nice place near Cape Coast Castle where people can relax, have fun and feel free. After several months of hard work our dream came true.  We feel privileged to invite you to the exclusive place where every guest is treated like VIP.  

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Enjoy Our Special Packages


Every day, 10 AM – 9 PM

Featured Delicacies


Classic Club Sandwich

GH₵ 50

Layers of ham, bacon, juicy tomatoes, crisp lettuce and cheese create the perfect bite
Tuna Sandwich

Classic Club Sandwich+Fries

Layers of ham, bacon, juicy tomatoes, crisp lettuce and cheese create the perfect bite

GH₵ 89

Tuna Sandwich+Fries

Tuna, caramelized onion, celery, mayonaise, lemon juice, salt and pepper combine to make a delicious sandwich

GH₵ 79

Ham & cheese Sandwich+Fries

Layers of fresh ham and melted cheese between buttered golden crisped bread

GH₵ 75

Chicken Nuggets with Potato


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Beef Pizza L size

Juicy flame cooked minced beef paired with fiery red chillies, hand made mozarella, basil and oregano on a homemade pizza crust

GH₵ 109

Chicken Pizza - L size

A deliciously different pizza topped with chicken cubes, olives, hand made mozarella, basil, oregano and a zesty pizza sauce on a home made pizza crust

GH₵ 109

Margherita pizza - L size

Fresh tomato sauce, hand made mozarella, basil and oregano with a touch of virgin olive oil on a homemade pizza crust

GH₵ 99

They All Love Our Restaurant

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"Most amazing I ever had!!"
- Bryan G
"Amazing taste, and juicy steaks!! Best ever!!"
- Laura Petracio
"I always visit here, and they always surprise me."
- Harold Z
"A must visit for every steak lover"
- Laura Petracio

Special Events


Experience the soulful rhythm and enchanting melodies at Lemon Lounge’s live jazz evenings. Immerse yourself in a night of musical brilliance as talented musicians come to create an unforgettable atmosphere.

Join us for an evening of smooth tunes, delightful drinks, food and a fusion of musical magic that will leave you mesmerized. Don’t miss this opportunity to indulge in the perfect blend of jazz and ambiance at Lemon Lounge.

Book your seats now and let the music take you on a journey of pure delight.


Get ready to groove the night away at Saturday’s Fever, the ultimate music performance with a live DJ!

 Join us for a night filled with glittering lights, groovy moves, and an atmosphere that screams music chic. Our talented DJ will spin the best hits from all around the world, making it an unforgettable experience for all party enthusiasts.

So dust off your dancing shoes, put on your shiniest outfit, and get ready to boogie down at Saturday’s Fever!

Book your spot now and let the disco fever take over!

History of the Castle

Cape Coast Castle is a trading post on the West African coast in the modern nation of Ghana. It stands only a few miles from another slave castle built by the Portuguese at Elmina in the late fifteenth century. Originally built by Sweden in the 1650s, Cape Coast Castle shifted into Danish, Dutch, and then English possession by the 1660s. In the castle’s early decades, trade revolved around gold, wood, and textiles before English merchants began to seek captive Africans in large numbers.

Large, permanent trading factories like Cape Coast Castle gave European traders competitive advantages in the marketplace. By focusing resources in and around these sites, merchants could build alliances with local political leaders to ensure steady supplies of African commodities. The town that grew around the castle supplied labor to merchants, supplementing the castle’s own enslaved workers. In addition, relationships between European men and African women led to a significant biracial population around Cape Coast. These individuals served in military units, learned skilled trades, and provided a bridge between European and African cultures.

When Cape Coast Castle’s commerce became increasingly dependent on supplying slave cargoes, the fort added dungeons to hold larger numbers of captives. In doing this, the castle’s merchants could outfit ships more quickly, at higher prices, and with greater profits than their smaller competitors. Over the course of the eighteenth century, most of Cape Coast Castle’s trade was in African captives bound for the Americas. After Britain legally abolished the slave trade in 1807, the castle became an educational and administrative center.

Castle Guided Tours

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