The fashionable modern Asian fusion restaurant Kozo is situated in the centre of Accra, Ghana. The idea was inspired by the contrast between modern Asian minimalism and tropical Asian minimalism.
Pan Asian food, a chic atmosphere, and Asian tropical decor are all combined at Kozo to create a novel and energising dining and social experience.
In ancient Japan, Kozo, or the paper mulberry, was an extremely robust and long-lasting material that was frequently used for woodblock and other prints, as well as communication and repair. Kozo restaurant is a cool modern twist on the Asian dining experience and is situated in the centre of Accra, Ghana. The idea was inspired by the contrast between modern Asian minimalism and tropical Asian minimalism. Every component on our menu and every element of our environment is carefully chosen at Kzo because they are inspired by the essence of this beautiful mulberry paper. incorporating elements of the Asian tropics with a stylish and pleasant atmosphere.
Kozo translates to Asian paper mulberry plants are known as Kozo. Ancient Austronesians used the paper mulberry to make bark fabric. It comes from subtropical areas of mainland Asia and is among the strongest arguments in favour of the widely accepted “Out of Taiwan” theory of Austronesian expansion. This symbolises their core ethos and vision which is to inspire community building with a focus on social consciousness around the world through memorable experiences in world-leading spaces.
Kozo Restaurant Menu
You will find a PDF of the menu at this link. Kozomenu.com
Monday – Saturday 6:00PM – 12:00AM
Sunday 4:00PM – 12:00AM
We operate a smart casual dress code
No Shorts, Sportwear, Tattered Jeans, Beach slippers and Flip-Flops