Bukom Cafe was the first West African eatery to appear in town, and it can't help but stand out from the plethora of Ethiopian restaurants that dot its Adams-Morgan neighborhood. Named after a popular bar-restaurant district in Accra, the capital of Ghana, Bukom is in every way West African in spirit and look.
Bukom Cafe is located in the heart of Adams Morgan, a rich and ethnically diverse district in Washington, D.C.. Please visit us and let our bold flavors and kente-cloth decor take you on a quick visit to the Motherland. Choose from West African classics such as okra soup, fufu, egusi and oxtail stew.
Thank you for visiting Bukom Cafe's web site. We are open 7 days a week for dinner from 4:00pm until 2:00am. Please ask about our facilities for your next private party. LUNCH HOURS HAVE BEEN POSTPONED UNTILL DAY TIME ROAD CONSTRUCTION IS COMPLETE.