Grace African Restaurant looks less like a dining establishment than it does just a roomful of guys hanging out, arguing good-naturedly and occasionally shouting "Fix this man some nice food!" toward the kitchen. Each of the nine entrees, which include boiled yams or plantains with spinach stew and amala (dry yam) with okra, rings in at under ten bucks. The jollof rice with fish and meat stew consists of a very full plate of rice, spicy tomato-based stew over spaghetti noodles, sweet and heavy fried plantains, bony fried fish, and a shelled hard-boiled egg. Many customers eat the traditional Ghanaian way (i.e., with their right hands) and receive, along with their food, a bowl of water for washing up.