Pioneers of Ghana’s fast food industry, Papaye Fast Food, have made an addition to its number of branches. Located at Tema, opposite Avnash on the meridian road, it brings to 4, the number of branches in the country so far, after Osu, Tesano and Spintex Road branches.
As a first class food factory of international repute, Papaye receives large patronage from the company's clientele, which cuts across the social strata and now patrons in and around the harbour city can enjoy the taste and flavour of Papaye right here in Tema. It was in response to calls from a cross section of its patrons to open a branch in the vicinity.

Speaking to, the Manager of the Tema branch, Baba Yakubu said Papaye is poised to deliver quality standards, products and food to its numerous clients in and around Tema.
Additionally, Papaye has come out with the exciting medium pack that would afford everyone to have a taste of Papaye which maintains the taste and flavour of the original big pack. Christened Minipack, the medium size pack, is filled with fried rice and chicken or fish, pepper (shito) and coleslaw. The launch of Minipack was based on the requests by customers to have a more potable pack in addition to the big pack as research by the company revealed that customers were in need of medium packs for functions, such as funerals, weddings, outings and parties.

Meanwhile, Papaye has also added ice cream to its list. Patrons can now enjoy a number of flavours with dishes such as club sandwiches, beef burgers and full roasted chicken still selling. With a sitting capacity of 44, the restaurant is opened daily from 10AM TO 10:30PM.

Established with a work force of 12 in 1991, Papaye Fast Food Company has fed millions and offered job opportunities to both Ghanaians and foreigners.
The Company has the distinction of being the pioneer of the Fast Food restaurants in Accra. Over the years Papaye has kept faith with a strategy which was to prepare fast foods using recipes designed by the company thereby giving their food a unique flavour. This is indicated by the manner in which Papaye has become a household name in Ghana.