Friday, 23 September 2011

Iyiola Ayoade, CEO, Charter House, GH One TV, Bashorun Dele Momodu & Paul Adom Otchere

Popular restaurant, House of Ovation has been relocated from its Osu base to Airport West.
This was followed by a re-launching ceremony last week Thursday September 15.
The new location, at the heart of West Airport (the street behind the residence of former President Kuffour), is a prime location that guests will come to love as they enjoy the serenity of the capital.
The new House of Ovation also boasts of spacious rooms that can host a lot more people.
The tastefully-decorated House of Ovation hosted for its first afternoon, a buffet lunch and the guest list was just as impressive as the menu on offer.
They included the Nigerian High Commissioner to Ghana, Senator Musiliu Obanikoro, President of Nigerian professionals in Ghana Otumba Michael Ayayi and Princess Adelaide Ofori.
Others were the host of Good Evening Ghana Paul Adom Otchere, former Ghanaian beauty queen Inna Patty, social commentator Steve Mawuyenga, Wendy Ofori-Attah, songstress Efya and Mrs. Baaba Banda.
The food on offer was a feast for the eyes even before one tasted it.
The well-laid-out buffet included various rice dishes, chicken that had been prepared in many ways as well as pepper soup that came with soft drinks and varied wines and liquor. There was also Nkowbi (a kind of fufu from dried yam), Ewedu stew (Ademe) with Afeng (kind of millet banku). It was a feast for kings.
The atmosphere was a mixture of relaxed conversation mixed with whiffs of sumptuous aromas that rose into the air and gave the restaurant an exotic feel. One immediately became hungry on entry into the restaurant from the smell alone.
The House of Ovation, which is decorated with beautiful paintings and the comfortable seats with African-designed arm pillows, comes with first rate service at a rather competitive price that beckons one to come back.
After lunch, the CEO of House of Ovation, Chief Dele Momodu, revealed the philosophy behind the relocation. He disclosed the restaurant’s desire to remain exclusive and appropriately cater to the security and exclusive needs of its patrons.
It was revealed also that a new management headed by Evelyn Nartey, a professional with close to a decade of experience in the hospitality industry in England, has been put in place. The restaurant will be operating all through the week and also run 24 hours a day.



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