For those who do not know much about Jean Nelson, it’s the last hall in the diaspora and yes, you can live in Nelson without going out to get food. Ask me how??
1. For breakfast, there is this porridge vendor in the first kitchen in block A. From her, you can get porridge, bread and egg, milo or just bread. There is also a waakye vendor adjacent the right side of the hall. She also comes only in the morning.
2. In the afternoon, there’s food settings and thunderlite. Food settings is around the basketball area and it is an open eatery. With this you have the option of eating the food there or taking it away. Some of the foods they sell are assorted rice, waakye, fried rice, jollof rice, fries or yam chips with chicken, banku with okra or pepper, carbonated drinks and water. Their reception is okay and they also run delivery services. They are open from 10:00am to 7:00pm and a pack of food cost between 10-15 cedis aside water and drinks.
3. However, thunderlite operates from 9:00am to 12:00am and it is located in the kitchen on the third floor in block B. They basically provide similar foods as food settings except their special rice ball with groundnut soup on Sunday afternoons. Their reception isn’t bad and their food is relatively affordable as compared to food settings. With thunderlite , you can get food as low 6 cedis but their food isn’t tasty as food settings.
4. In the evening, there is still thunderlite, a barbecue and a shawarma vendor. The shawarma vendor is closer to food settings and their shawarma is very tasty. It rates from 10- 25 cedis and closes at 12 am.
5. The barbecue vendor is on the volleyball court which is opposite the basketball court. He operates from 5:00pm to 1:00 am . The meat ranges from chicken to beef and he has pork sausages as well. Each cost only 3 cedis and you can buy as many as you want.
6. Lastly, we have these marts on the second floor in block A and B. They are open from 10:00am to 12:00 am. You can get all your snacks like biscuits, toffees, chocolates, drinks, ice kenkey, plantain chips and any other chips. You can get processed foods and other things from them as well.
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