Columbia’s Ghanaian restaurant Asanka Kitchen closing, relocating to Miami | Food & Drink

Asanka Kitchen — Columbia’s well respected Ghanaian restaurant in the Northeast — is closing on Nov. 13 as its owners move from the city.

Elizabeth and Samuel Darko, co-owners of the restaurant, are moving to Miami where they will reopen the restaurant. The move comes after Samuel Darko, a former Benedict College professor, accepting a position as the dean of the college of arts and sciences at Florida Memorial University in August.

As he started there, Elizabeth and their children remained in Columbia, running the restaurant, but it became a trying lifestyle for the family.

“It’s a mixed feeling, because we’ve been here for a while,” said Elizabeth Darko. “(We’ve) been blessed with a lot of family, and Asanka and andCHICKEN have become my babies too. (But) Closing it down, it’s for the right reason.”

The family had merged locations of Asanka Kitchen and their newer andCHICKEN restaurant in August

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ST. LOUIS – From crab rangoon to chop suey and St. Paul sandwiches, St. Louisians love their Chinese food. So where do you go to get Chinese food? Our FOX2 viewers shared their favorite spots.

The map below includes several suggestions. Here are a few of the top comments from Facebook:

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