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Ghanaian Chef’s restaurant becomes New York’s most preferred dinning spot

In an exciting development for New York’s culinary scene, a Ghanaian chef, Kwame Onuwuachi, has opened what has arguably become the best black-owned restaurant in the state.

Named Tatiana, in honor of his sister, the restaurant offers a wide array of meals that cater to its diverse clientele who entrust their dining experiences to them.

Strategically located at 10 Lincoln Center Plaza, inside David Geffen Hall, New York, NY 10023, Tatiana invites diners to enjoy dinner services Monday through Saturday, from 5:00 PM to 10:00 PM. The restaurant is however closed on Sundays.

Kwame Onuwuachi, sharing the inspiration behind the establishment of the restaurant on his website, attributed it to his sister, who cared for him when they were young and their mother had to work as a chef in New York.

“Kwame’s big sister looked after him while their mother worked as a chef in New York City. As the loving caretaker of his early food-wishes and dreams, Tatiana serves as the inspiration for this restaurant, and will forever hold a special place in Kwame’s heart.”

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