Among the modest flurry of new Western-style fast food joints that seem to have popped up along Tubman Boulevard in my absence, I only sampled two, roughly across from each other, around the Airfield Junction. This review discusses the latest outpost of the Monroe Chicken empire and the rather more upmarket The Hub Diner (an incongruous name), which boasts similar offerings.
After an absence from Liberia of 30 months, it was with much gusto that I tucked into two Evelyn’s meals in one day.
On October 26, a locally produced honey from Liberia was awarded first prize in a category at the National Honey Show held in England, the United Kingdom.
Many visitors to Liberia will relish the freshness and succulence of fruits available by almost every roadside. The mangoes, organic in nature and untainted by long stays in storage facilities, are sweeter than what one would encounter in highly industrialized countries.
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In a possible sign of a post-Ebola culinary resurgence, the restaurant of the Great Wall Hotel, a Chinese establishment that previously spanned both sides of Tubman Boulevard and 10th Street, has re-opened.
I probably shouldn’t even review Diana’s. I’ve sampled very little of their extensive menu. I’ve never had their Soujok pizza or the mushroom steak with fries and mixed vegetables. Instead, my forays have been limited to their sandwiches, and principally the meat shawarma.
Probably more than anywhere else in Monrovia, if I want a taste of home (the US), Stop & Shop delivers, with its shredded and ground meats lathered in cheesy chili sauces ensconced amidst freshly baked bread.