As you enter the beautiful House of Boateng cafe in Langford, you may hear someone tell you “Akwaaba!” This traditional Ghana greeting means something like “welcome, sit down, be social and enjoy a wonderful meal with family.”
Chef Castro Boateng brings passion and creativity to every dish served at our friendly, completely non-pretentious cafe in Langford. Our ingredients are always the freshest in town and our service, personalized. Browse our marvelous menu to find an exceptional selection of carefully crafted cuisine designed by Chef Boateng and our culinary department leader, Master Chef Moto Sun. Yes, we are licensed to serve local adult beverages, so come on in, relax and have a good time with old and new friends.
Not every cafe in Langford is vegetarian-friendly. We are. Some of our menu choices, such as beans on grilled sourdough toast are vegan right from the start. Other dishes, including Tagine with poached eggs and preserved lemons, can be made vegetarian style upon request. Simply mention “no meat” at the counter when you place your order.
Vegetarian-friendly options on the House of Boateng menu
Hippy Benny Made with farm-fresh poached eggs, braised greens and wild mushrooms, this delightful dish comes with stinging nettle hollandaise on the side.
Tagine North African root veggies, sweet and savory dried fruit compote and Greek-style preserved lemons are the perfect accompaniment to gently poached eggs from Stone Bridge Farm. Served with pearl couscous on the side, tagine can be vegan if you ask us to hold the eggs.
African Arancini Bocconcini mozarella balls, spicy Ghana style tomato and shaved Parmesan cheese work together wonderfully to create a light lunch that won't weigh you down.
Croque Madame Crafted with gruyere cheese and smoked soy tempeh, Croque Madame featured a sunnyside egg and Plot Market garden greens drizzled with spruce tip vinaigrette.
HOB Wrap Your choice of tortilla encloses a savory concoction of scrambled farm-fresh eggs, spiced beans, pickled veggies and African style joloff rice with cilantro.
Vegan Island Bowl Ancient grains, foraged sea vegetables, Japanese knotweed and smoked soy tempeh is artfully topped with toasted hemp seed and elderflower vinaigrette dressing for a light dish to remember.
Rasta Bowl Carrots and beets slivered and slawed with chayote squash and bulgur wheat are expertly accompanied by crispy fried plantain with mango-habanero salsa.
Of course, if you are a carnivore with an appetite, we offer a splendid selection of meaty dishes that are sure to satisfy. Try the Moroccan lamb Scotch eggs or smoked wild salmon to see precisely what we mean.
When you have a craving for a great meal and pleasant company, drop by House of Boateng any day of the week. We're open for breakfast and brunch Monday through Friday from 7 o'clock in the morning to 4 in the afternoon. Saturday and Sunday, we serve up yummy breakfasts, brunches, and lunches from 7 to 4. Find us at 105-2854 Peatt Road in Victoria BC.Cafe Langford