MY TRAVEL PLANACCOMMODATIONtrips & activitiesevents

Yosh Restaurant offers new menu creations

My Magazine 2023/01
1 min
Known for its offer of an exotic fusion of food, Yosh Restaurant in Fajara is now delighting its guests with new creations on the menu. A wide selection of Caribbean, creole, oriental and pure soul food is served in the ambience of one of the most unique architectural settings.

The restaurant is located in Fajara, after Timbooktoo, hiding in the shade of greenery, revealing the stairways to the dining place on the first floor. The beautiful ambience, friendly staff, fantastic food, big portions and a wide choice of vegetarian (and vegan) dishes are just a few of the reasons to try it out. 

We invite you to check their menu online and get a sneak peek into My Gambia Dining Platform, which will soon be ready for you with the listing of all of our favourite dining places and their menus so you will be able to easily make your daily dining choice. 


Yosh Restaurant is open from Monday to Saturday from 11 am to 11 pm. Usually, it is closed on Sundays and public holidays unless there is a group reservation. They are experts in catering services. 

If you don't feel like going out, you can always order your favourite dish online and have your meal delivered by 1Bena. You can also make your order directly at +2207122121 for takeaway, delivery, group reservation, catering, private party, celebration or event planning.

Did you enjoy this article? Share it with friends >>>

Glimpses of New Years celebration
The 18-hole golf course at The Fajara Club - hole-by-hole fly-by


Subscribe To Our Magazine
No spam, notifications only about new issues.
Subscription Form za Mailerlite - landing
Subscribe To Our Magazine
No spam, notifications only about new issues.
Subscription Form za Mailerlite - landing

Other articles

Made in The Gambia: Batik
Batik is a traditional technique of dyeing the material using wax to create various patterns. ...
Tune In: Mercy & Sunday
In the January edition of My Magazine, we host Mercy and Sunday, a musical duo, which we caught performing in one of the favourite's restaurants in Th...
Shea Butter - common home remedy in Gambian household
Shea butter is a fat that is extracted from the nuts of the African shea tree. In the Wolof language, the tree is called ghariti, which is the origin ...
The Gambia through the lens of Gremin K Manadan
I am Gremin K Manadan. I am from Thrissur, a township in Kerala, India. Our family is my mom, dad, two sisters and me. I have been here in The Gambia ...
©MyGambia 2023
Developed by Marklab
error: Alert: Our content is protected!

My Gambia Team

Typically replies within 30 minutes

We will be back soon.

Hey there 👋
We are here to help. What can I do for you?
Start Chat with us