Restaurants pictured below are African Kitchen, Paris; MJ's BBQ and Suya, Ontario, Canada;
Amma's Fare, London; Teranga, Bloomfield, NJ; A2 Delicious Restaurant and Wine Bar, London.
Sometimes you just want to let the professionals handle your meal, and that is the time to go out and eat at your favorite
restaurant. Where can you go to get an authentic meal? Choices are opening up all over the world, serving foods from
all regions of Africa. Ambiance can range from eat-with-your-fingers casual to white-table-cloth formal with elegant dishes. Follow
the links for the countries listed on the right to find a restaurant in your area. Do you have a favorite place to eat? Maybe you
own one? Find out how to get listed here. If you would like to see your restaurant in the sidebar on this page,
send me a photo of the outside that clearly shows the name of your restaurant.
(By Kevin Ray of Mali) In Ougadougou I would suggest
the outdoor grilled chicken spots on the main Boulevard leading south of the
center. Also, there's a nice beer garden (Ouaga has lots) directly across from
the airport entrance. Lots of people show up there, the prices are rock bottom,
and there's no better way to relax before catching your night flight to
Another Ougadougou restaurant, Zaka, has been recommended as a
favorite by Michel Cottereau of France. From 8.30 pm to 12.00 you eat with
genuine african live music (for free...). Besides bar and restaurant, Zaka
has a Beauty Salon and a Cybercafe. Opposite photo of Zaka taken January 2002.
(By Kevin Ray of Mali) Last summer I was put up by Air Afrique at the Hotel Ivoire
in Cocody, Abidjan. The hotel is of course completely jet set but
they had an excellent "all you can eat" lunch buffet that is mostly African
foods. Acheke, plus of course Poulet Yassa and other regional specialties.
An excellent view over the water in Abidjan. Price about 14,000 cfa.
(By Kevin Ray of Mali)
In Sevare, Mali (near the famed Pays Dogon), there's a good Senegalese restaurant
across from the Customs yard. Prices are more or less 1500-3000 cfa. The capitaine
(Nile perch) brochettes are great. Ambience: it's outdoor, so the best time is
the evening. Africando music pretty much guaranteed.
In nearby Mopti, the same Senegalese family runs the Bar Bozo,
which looks out onto the Niger River and the Mopti Port. Same menu, best time
to go is sunset.
In San, (2/3 of the way from BKO to Mopti), there's a good
restaurant in the old Bamabus terminal at the intersection turning south from the
center of town. San is part of the Bobo ethnic area - so if the risk of
eating dog meat isn't appealing, you can avoid the "beef" dishes. They taste
In Segou, I would eat at the luxury-bus oriented "Tanty, J'ai
Faim" restaurant, just so you can amuse yourself when ordering...TJF is
becoming somewhat of a national chain, at least in name. I'm waiting for the
pharmacy next door to rename itself "Tonton J'ai Mal au Ventre..."
Chez Maggie Hotel and Restaurant is a romantic hide-away in a secluded garden setting. Chez Maggie
is a luxury beach front resort in Morondava. "The Sunshine" Restaurant & Bar serves the finest local cuisine in a large, thatched roof setting where you
can enjoy a sunset over the Mozambique Channel while you eat. The menu includes "Fruits of the Sea" delivered by the local fishermen, as well as flavorful
fruits, vegetables, meats and cheeses of the country. A full service bar is on the premises.
P.O. Box 73, Morondava, Madagascar
Phone: In Madagascar: 95 523 47, International: + 218.104.22.1683.47
Welcome to moyo, a unique and evocative restaurant destination for a sophisticated African experience. Inspired by the rich traditions and
values of our ancestors, moyo is a celebration of, and commitment to, the beauty of Africa and the industry of her people. Our famously warm
hospitality and modern African ambience makes the moyo experience completely unforgettable.
"be transformed and align your body's rhythm to the calling of the drum...
this journey will have you touch, feel, admire and sinfully desire..."
We are successful, because we are African.
Not in spite of it...
Visit moyo in any of their six locations. See their web site for further
(By Kevin Ray of Mali) Whenever in Lomé, direct yourself
towards "50-50", an outdoor café on the Western end of the Boulevard
circular in the Kodjoviakope neighborhood. Say "50-50" in English - if you
say "Cinquante-cinquante" no one understands. Excellent grilled chicken,
acheke, and amazing salads. And of course the mandatory BB Pils, Lager or Eku
range of beers. I'd recommend a large bottle of each to appreciate the full
perspective of the cheapest and best beer in the region. Guiness (for strength)
is also available. Avoid a dark beer called "Awoyo" - tastes terrible and will
give you a bad headache.
Lovenest African Restaurant
183 King St. E.
Serving Eritrean and Ethiopian vegetarian and meat dishes and traditional coffee ceremony.
MJ'S BBQ & Suya
361 Parkhurst Square, Unit 5
(Airport Road/Steeles Intersection)
Brampton, Ontario, Canada L6T 0C2
Recommendation by a patron: The Food is excellent and the environment is the
neatest place I have ever had a meal. The Suya menu is made with authentic spice from home land. MJ's also sells "Meals on the Go",
pre-packed frozen containers that takes less than 4-6 minutes to warm up. These come in three delicious West African flavours: Pepper
Soup, Spinach with or without Egusi, and Ogbono (Apon) Stew. The photo on the right shows some of their delicious suya.
1690 Danforth Avenue
This is a new East African restaurant with a mouthwatering selection of foods.
92 Rue Saint Maur
Metro 3: Rue Saint Maur
+33950412217 / +33751222431
This Nigerian Restaurant opened in February this year in Paris. It's a big place with an underground space
for birthday and after wedding parties. Website will be coming soon, in the meantime visit their Facebook
page by clicking on the link above.
About the photos on the right: Above: A fish dish from African Kitchen Restaurant. Below: A mouthwatering sample of Habesha's food. The dish pictured is called
"Decouverte" which in French means "Discovery". It's a special dish that can
give new customers a sampling of several different items on the menu.
19, Rue Copreaux
Tel : (33) 143060942
A small but popular ethiopian restaurant in the heart of Paris around Vaigirard area.
Come and visit this restaurant when you are in Paris.
A2 Delicious Restaurant & Wine Bar
77a Rushey Green Catford
London SE6 4AF
Office: 02086959822 Mob:07930520842 email@example.com
A2 Delicious Restaurant & Wine Bar is an African Restaurant specializing in tasty delicious Nigerian dishes. We pride ourselves in
the authenticity of our food, excellent customer service, good atmosphere and value for money. Live music on Friday nights from
Nigerian & African artists. Saturday night is Old skool meet New skool DJ.. Sunday night is the Soul & Jazz night. Free on
street parking is available around the restaurant.
123 Woolwich High Street
London SE18 1TG
A small Ghanaian restaurant with a thriving community of Ghanaians and Nigerians who come regularly
to eat and discuss the state of the world. Their specialty is tilapia, with their own pepper and
shito sauces, complete with fried yam or banku. The tilapia is marinated and stuffed with a ginger
and garlic mix and garnished with fresh tomato and onion. Now that sounds like an irresistible
dish! Proprietors Bob and Amma are pictured below. Also there is a photo of the restaurant in the right sidebar at
the top of this page.
805 0ldkent Road
Recommended tube station is the elephant and castle. This restaurant comes highly recommended by
a patron. Try the giant grilled fish dressed with plantain and salad, the tiger prawns, or one
of a wide variety of dishes. They do get very busy so you may want to call ahead for reservations.
160 Homerton High Road
London, E9 6JA
0208 985 7345
This restaurant offers great personal service and quality food prepared with fresh ingredients. The menu features
many traditional Nigerian dishes. Regular live Nigerian music on Friday nights and some Saturdays.
304 Kilburn High Road
London. NW6 2DB
(020) 7372 8884
Traditional Nigerian dishes specializing in grills prepared on an open flame char grill. See a review of this restaurant
at The English can Eat blog.
Mortar and Pestle firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: 020 8969 0202 or 07798 537 691
Mortar & Pestle is a Nigerian food delivery service in London. We deliver delicious Nigerian dishes right to your door!
Free delivery within London zones 1 & 2 for orders over £20.
The Gold Coast Bar and Restaurant
224 Portland Road
telephone: 020 8676 1919 fax: 020 8654 4392
The Gold Coast Bar and Restaurant is one of those places where the spicy secrets of Ghana live. Check
out the menu on their web site - they have an extensive offering of West African foods. Just to name
a few, there are kenkey, banku, kelewele, fried plantain, palava sauce, spicy oxtail, yam balls and
hot pepper soup.
Dongfang Qicai Market
Laitai Flower Jie
Chaoyang District (near the end of Star Bar Street), Beijing
Pili Pili provides African barbeque and food from all parts of West Africa. The diplomats
normally go here. Open daily 11am - 2am.
A Mystery Restaurant!!
This restaurant does not even have a name nor a
telephone number. It is really just a room with old
tables and a small stool in front where you eat your
food. I do not even know if it has an address!! It
is run by a Liberian girl but it is where Africans
from all over West Africa go to eat. It is opposite
Yashow Market, Sanlitun Area, Chaoyang District,
Beijing, China. You walk across the walking bridge
outside the market exit on your left. Walk to the
first street, turn right and it is on your left about
20m. It is not so clean but always busy. Mainly
serves rice with beef, fish stew and somedays serves
red beans or fried chicken. Go there to eat and have
a guiness or two!
Burbern Bar and Restaurant
The address is hard to find so I will
tell you where to find it! If you face Yashow Market,
Sanlitun, Chaoyang District, Beijing, you take the
street on your right hand side then walk to the police
station at the end of the street and turn right, walk
another 50m then the restaurant is on your left, the
last building on the street.
Menu includes pepper soup with rice which has mutton entrails and tripe pepper
soup. Although it is not a traditional African
restaurant it services many African people. It is
busy with West Africans most nights. Mainly Yoruba,
Ibgo people and some Cross River/Calabar people. It
also serves barbeque meats which are very popular with
West African people.
African Caterers and Restaurateurs Association
The A C R A, was established in 2005 to represent and further the interests of African Cuisine Catering. Caterers may register
with the organization. See their web page for more information.
Unit 9-10c Juno Enterprise
West African snacks manufacturer (Tabitha's Brand) and caterers for weddings and events in London and surrounding area.
7 Coronation Rd.
Park Royal, London NW10 7PQ email@example.com
African caterer and Caribbean caterer specialist. Over the years we have developed our own unique style using a blend of spices
from Africa, Asia and the Indian continent to produce food that is tasty, nutritious and wholesome. Our food is not pretentious.
We can cater for any type of occasion, from a private dinner for 5 to a wedding for 500 people.
Exceline African Cuisine
175 Mare Street
LONDON E8 3RH
020 8525 9222; 07984456948; 07961343705
Restaurant and Catering Services. See web site for menu.
57 First Rd
Kew, 2090, South Africa
Cell: 072 373 6554
Tel: 011 885 2112
Fax: 011 885 2113 firstname.lastname@example.org
We are changing the notion that afro-cuisine only serves to satiate hunger, rather people have positive and exciting culinary experiences when served
our food! We combine traditional food preparation with an innovative, fresh edge in flavours and presentation.
Global Cuisine Catering Services
P.O. Box 17002
1968 Portobello Blvd
Ottawa, Ontario K4A 4E0 email@example.com
Tel: 613 841-2850
At Global Cuisine Catering Services, we travel the world to bring you delicious dishes. From
Nigeria (West Africa), Caribbean, India and Canada, we're here to satisfy your palate.
Temi Catering Service
(214) 489-8117 TemiCateringService@yahoo.com
For birthday parties, weddings, graduations, naming ceremonies or just a hearty meal for your family we cater authentic Nigerian dishes
that includes delicious jollof rice, fried rice and salads. Don't forget the pastries - meatpies, sausage-rolls, chin-chin, puffs,
doughnuts and more.
Zanzibar African Restaurant
9250 North 43rd Avenue
(Suite 14) Glendale AZ 85302
(623) 939-0800 firstname.lastname@example.org
This restaurant specializes in authentic West African cuisines and pastries. From their web site: You will enjoy an atmosphere reminiscent of restaurant in
Accra, Ghana, Monrovia, Liberia and Lagos, Nigeria; a real life experience of Africa here in Phoenix Arizona. They also offer catering and some take-out.
5020 Telegraph Avenue
Oakland, CA (510) 547-5100
This Ethiopian restaurant is run by Arifani and his wife Okba. It is clean
and has delicious and authentic Eretrean cuisine.
10 Crestline Drive #5
San Francisco, CA. 94131
Contact: Ayo Fanoiki, Phone: (415) 282-5529
These people operate a booth at local street festivals featuring African food,
and also do catering. The food is very good.
GOJO Ethiopian Restaurant and Gift Shop
1261 West San Carlos Street
San Jose, CA 95126
(408) 295-9546 fax: (408) 297-6567
4115 Judah Street San Francisco, CA (415)753-5448
This vegetarian restaurant features South African cuisine, blending the
flavours of India, Asia and Africa. The wine list includes a large selection
of South African wines to accompany your meal.
Kenyan Cuisine - A Taste of East Africa
2626 W La Palma Avenue
(714) 229-0409 email@example.com
Kenyan Cuisine is the only authentic Kenyan Restaurant in Southern California. Visit their Facebook page to find out more.
1725 University Avenue
Berkeley, CA 94703
(510) 540-8833 firstname.lastname@example.org
Lagosia is a setting for a cultural dining experience serving authentic West African cuisine featuring exotic flavors and traditional
cooking techniques fused with English and American fare. It will take your taste buds on a journey from the coast of California to
the cities and villages of Sub-Saharan Africa. Lagosia is located in the heart of Berkeley, California and is proudly presented to
you by Kofo and Bayo Domingo. Lagosia serves lunch and dinner daily with breakfast and brunch service on weekends.
Hawthorne, Los Angeles
Their Okra stew with fufu is wicked (good).
5358 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Phone: (323)934-1595 Fax: (323)934-1565
This new restaurant just opened their doors on September 27, 2001.
NGOMA features delicacies from a range of African countries, including Kenya,
Uganda, South Africa, Nigeria, and Cameroon, among others. The food is
served in traditional African ceremonial style.
2801 California Street, San Francisco
(415) 567-5010 Ethiopian cuisine.
Tropical Paradise Restaurant
2021 University Ave
Berkeley, California 94704
Exotic African - Caribbean cuisine specializing in Ghanaian gourmet food.
Simba Tropical Grill
333 Naamans Rd
Located inside the Tri-State Mall
This restaurant serves authentic East African Cuisine along with some American favorites, and comes recommended by patrons.
Ethiopian Abbay Restaurant
3375 Buford Hwy NE Ste 1050
Atlanta, GA 30329
FAD Fine Dining Restaurant and Banquet Hall
Cobb Marketfair Place, 3565 Austell Road
Marietta, GA 30008
(770) 431-8505 (404) 428-1626
This authentic African cuisine restaurant focuses on healthy, contemporary African style food. Services include a banquet
hall, catering and party rental and a VIP lounge. Their menu, listed on their web site, includes things like peppered snails,
peppered gizzards and guinea fowl among a list of other African delicacies.
2285 Peachtree Road, N.E.
Authentic Moroccan Cuisine, open 6 pm to 11:30 pm. Private parties by request.
Featured in September 2001 issue of Bon Appetit. For more information, visit
their web site.
1371 Clairmont Road
A great atmosphere and a spicy Ethiopian food along with a piano bar and lounge
Queen Of Sheba Ethiopian Restaurant
1594 Woodcliff Dr NE
Atlanta, GA 30329
Vee-Vee's African Restaurant
6232 N. Broadway
Chicago, IL 60660
Vee-Vee's has been around for over ten years, participating in the
Taste of Chicago and African festivals. This is an excellent restaurant
with a very warm atmosphere, and a nice array of African dishes.
They don't serve alcohol but you can BYOB.
Yassa African Carribean Restaurant
716 E. 79th St.
This is an authentic Senegalese restaurant with charcoal grills. It is
highly recommended by patrons.
All of the following Ethiopian restaurants are recommended for
their food. As with any restaurant, call first to make sure they are still in
business, because people come and go so quickly around here!
6120 North Broadway
Chicago, IL (773) 338-6100
This restaurant is relatively new. Recommended for easy parking.
3462 North Clark St.
Chicago, IL (773) 929-8300
Mama Desta's Red Sea
3216 North Clark St.
Chicago, IL (773) 935-7561
This restaurant has been around longer, and is better known.
5846 N. Broadway
Chicago (773) 506-9601
This restaurant gets rave reviews from an Ethiopian traveler!
De Ranch Restaurant
3511 Maryland Ave
4719 Annapolis Road
Bladensburg, Maryland 20710
Mango Café is a fine dine-in restaurant with live entertainment, African and Caribbean food and music.
Visit their web site (click on name above) to see the menu and information about their catering services.
Peju's Kitchen Restaurant and Lounge
1724 Woodlawn Drive
Baltimore, MD 21244
This restaurant was favorably reviewed by the Baltimore Sun.
Roger Miller Restaurant
941 Bonifant St.
Silver Spring, Maryland 20910 (301) 650-2495
Named after a Camerounian football player, this restaurant has a great selection
of West African foods. It is a small establishment with african decor
and music, and delicious food. Menu highlights include jollof rice, palm
butter stew, pepper soup, several goat meat selections, egusi stew, a cassava
leaves entree, and more. The beverage list incudes beer, wine, ginger beer
and fanta. This restaurant is well worth checking out if you are in the area.
Addis Red Sea
544 Tremont St.
Boston, MA (617)426-8727
Sample Ethiopian cuisine in an authentic East African atmosphere. Stools are
arranged around low tables and food is served from communal platters. The food
here is good, and prices are very reasonable.
Somerville MA 02145
This Ethiopian restaurant used to be in Jamaica Plain, and has moved recently. See their web site for a look at the menu.
338 Commercial street
Provincetown, MA 02657
At Karoo Kafe you will experience authentic South African food made entirely from scratch using native spices with the freshest ingredients.
Our menu ranges from vegan and vegetarian dishes to exotic meats such as ostrich or wild boar. Boerewors, samoosas, Babotie, Peri peri chicken and
so many more dishes to help cure the home sickness. Enjoy our homemade sauces and spices with your meal. We sell all that and more in our retail
area as well as on our online shop.
Suya Joint African Restaurant
25 Poplar Street
Suya Joint offers authentic Nigerian catering, and now a brand new 35 seat restaurant opening in February of 2012. Chef Cecelia Lizotte serves daily specials
using the freshest seasonal ingredients prepared in unique, Nigerian recipes. Read a review of Suya Joint in
Tawakal Halal Cuisine
1004 Bennington Street
East Boston, MA 02128 email@example.com
This restaurant serves East African cuisine. Delectable entrees, appetizers and scrumptious desserts are prepared according to our own family recipes. We
incorporate traditional Somalian and Middle-Eastern dishes and also explore Mediterranean and other Eastern cuisines. Dining in Tawakal is characterized by
the ritual of drinking shaah (tea) and eating with your fingers, the traditional way, which is in itself a delicate art. We don't want to say more, the
door is open for you, once again welcome.
7405 Regent Ave N
Brooklyn Park, MN 55443
This restaurant is recommended by a Facebook patron for a fresh and healthy tasting selection of West African foods.
African Forest Restaurant
7648 Humboldt Avenue North
Brooklyn Park, MN 55444
The eclectic menu features regional specialties around the globe, from East African sambosas, Liberian palm butter, check rice and
cassava leaves, and West African attieke, jollof rice and fufu. They also serve classic Caribbean dishes and American Southern
Asares Den Restaurant
855 Hamilton Street
Owned and operated by Carl Bampoe Parry, originally of Ghana, West Africa, Asares Den specializes in friendly service of West African,
Caribbean, and Southern cuisine. The menu consists of vegetarian, fish, jollof rice, peanut soup, several dishes featuring greens,
black eyed peas, fried plantains, fried whiting, chicken and more. Come on in and dine with us at Asares Den Restaurant.
Makeda Ethiopian Restaurant
338 George Street
New Brunswick, NJ
Very clean, beautifully sparse and classy decor, includes liquor bar.
Has attached African gift/art shop. Live music (usually jazz) most weekends.
Located in heart of New Brunswick near live theatre, fab restaurants,
Rutgers University. Near to junction of Routes 27 and 18 and approx 1.5 miles
from highway US 1. Prices are reasonably moderate. Portion sizes quite
adequate. Best to make reservations for Fri and Sat night dining.
Mesob Ethiopian Restaurant
515 Bloomfield Avenue
Montclair, New Jersey 07042
Spectacular Ethiopian cuisine, right down to the coffee ceremony.
547 Bloomfield Ave
Bloomfield, NJ 07003
This little restaurant serves West African (Senegalese) and Caribbean food. In the Wolof language, teranga means
hospitality. According to reviews this place is low on ambiance but the food is worth it. This food
is halal for Muslims. Read reviews of Teranga on Yelp.
256 W 116th (between 7th and 8th avenues)
(212) 666-9400 firstname.lastname@example.org
Exotic food from Senegal along with the music and ambiance of its capital Dakar. Parties, meetings, catering, wifi,
great place to practice your French!
Aso-Rock Lounge and Restaurant
I38-24 Farmers Blvd
Springfield, Queens, NY 11434
947 Amsterdam Ave
New York City
open Monday through Friday 1 p.m. to 12 a.m., Saturday and Sunday noon to 12 a.m.
284 Mulberry Street (between Houston and Prince)
Manhattan (212) 343-1888
This Ethiopian restaurant got rave reviews
in the March 1999 issue of Gourmet magazine. Dishes mentioned include injera and
kategna (injera spread with berbere), kitfo (steak tartare), a lemony salad,
a variety of watts (stews) made with meats and vegetables, and tej, or honey
wine. The decor is clean and modern, and prices are reasonable.
199 E 3rd St
(between Avenue B and Avenue A)
New York, NY 10009
This casual Ethiopian restaurant in the East Village gets good reviews from patrons.
601 S. Kings Dr.
Charlotte, NC 28204
This restaurant serves Ethiopian food with a lunch buffet.
Motherland Cuisine & Market
6024A The Plaza
Charlotte, N.C 28215
(704) 532-4279 cell (704) 236-5999 email@example.com
This combination market/restaurant is newly opened by the previous owners of Flapper International Market in Charlotte. They carry mostly African groceries
and serve authentic African (West African) and continental dishes.
They also lay a claim to making the best CHIN-CHIN in U.S.A.! Now that is something worth checking out.
Red Sea Restaurant and Bar
206 E Independence Blvd
Charlotte, NC 28204
2140 Statesville Ave., #B
Charlotte, NC 28206-2403
Authentic Liberian food serving specials every night. Menu includes cassava leaf, tomborgee, potato
greens, cut fish and rice, dry rice, plantains, fufu.
4112 N Tryon St
Charlotte, NC 28206-2085
This Liberian restaurant gets great reviews from Facebook fans.
Africa Chez Mere Wade
1455 E. Galbraith Rd.
Blue Nile Restaurant
2361 North High Street
Columbus, Ohio 43202
The Blue Nile serves authentic Ethiopian cuisine such as berbere dishes, alechas,
fit-fit, injera, and vegetarian dishes such as gomen and yatakilt wat. Along with
meat, chicken, lamb and vegetarian entrees, they have sambusas, honey wines, spiced tea,
and many more Ethiopian foods. Their web page (click on the restaurant name
above) features a listed menu.
3764 Cleveland Avenue
Columbus, Ohio 43224
Darbo Restaurant's unique cafe bistro environment brings the best of Somali and Italian cuisine
to the heart of Columbus.
8438 Vine Street (Hartwell)
Cincinnati, Ohio 45216
(513) 821-1300 firstname.lastname@example.org
Teranga means hospitality in Wolof, and this restaurant offers a message of
African and American friendship on their web site. They serve many traditional Senegalese dishes, at an affordable price.
There is also a market connected with this restaurant and they have services such as braiding, money transfer and a conference room.
Abay Ethiopian Cuisine
130 S. Highland Ave.
Pittsburgh, PA 15206
Phone:(412)661-9736 Fax:(412)661-8739 email@example.com
Enjoy Pittsburgh's only Ethiopian restaurant in an authentic atmosphere which
captures the warmth and zest of Ethiopian culture while adding diversity to
Pittsburgh's cultural landscape. One of Pittsburgh Magazine's Top 25
Best Restaurants of 2005.
Chef Abu's Kitchen
500 N. 9th St.
From a source in Philadelphia: west african food, low priced, great reviews (I've heard you consult with
the chef on what your meal will be).
4708 Baltimore Ave
Family style ethiopian specialties. You sit at low basket weave tables and
eat without utensils (using flat spongy bread instead).
Abyssinia Ethiopian Restaurant and Bar
229 S. 45th St
Alaqsa Grocer and Restaurant
La 418 E Wyoming Ave
Fatou and Fama
6132 Lansdowne Ave
Jamaican Jerk Hut
1436 South St.
From a source in Philadelphia: One of my favorite restaurants. They have a
nice outdoor veranda in the
back. Low-mid range pricing. Jerk chicken, pork, shrimp, goat curry,
spinach and groundnut, ital stew, conch fritters, and of course, fried
plantains, yams, and ginger beer.
1124 South St
Menu is similar to Jamaican Jerk Hut above.
Gojjo Bar and Restaurant
4540 Baltimore Ave
Meskerem Ethiopian Restaurant
4728 Baltimore Ave
Uhuru Restaurant Inc.
12 N. 52nd St
1715 S. 22nd St
Tunu's Place Restaurant
651 Admiral St.
Providence, Rhode Island, 02908
Open Monday through Saturday, eat in or take out. 12:00 noon to 10:00 pm.
Main meal is $6.50 plus tax. See their menu by clicking on their name above.
Kitchen Near You
9301 Bissonnet St. #130
Houston, TX 77074 USA
(713) 774-4040 Fax: (281) 491-2533 firstname.lastname@example.org
Kitchen Near You is an Authentic African Restaurant located in Houston, TX. We have a large selection of West African foods.
This is a nice, large location with african decor, music and delicious food. Menu highlights include: Jollof rice, Stew, Roasted Fish,
Poulet DG, Pepper soup, Ndole, Bitterleaf, Bobolo, Pepper Soup Fish and Goat meat, Okro, Egusi Soup, and more.
Houston, TX 77036
(713) 776-8989 Good@peppersoupcafe.com
Come see and taste the flavours of African dishes at Peppersoup Café. The menu features breakfast items such as akara and custard, fried yam and sauce, and special
African beverages. They offer African fast-food dishes such as fried yam and plantain, fried fish, and assorted meat items. Special menu items are Nigerian salads,
seasoned oxtails, mixed vegetables, and yam porridge. Yum.
Restaurant Afrique 9625 Bissonnet Houston, Texas
Palm nut soup is a specialty here. They also serve groundnut soup, plantain
fufu, cassava leaves and isiewu, or goat's head.
11611 West Airport
Houston, TX 77477
This newly opened restaurant specializes in Nigerian cuisine, especially
Suya (skewered barbequed beef) and Northern Nigerian cuisine. Their suya is
15608 Spring Hill Ln. Ste 102
Pflugerville, TX 78664
411 W. Mockingbird
Dallas, TX 75247 (214)-630-4024
This restaurant serves all the good Nigerian foods.
Queen of Sheba
14875 Inwood Road
Addison, TX 75001 (972)980-9450
An upscale restaurant with traditional Ethiopian and Italian dishes.
The Shebeen Pub and Braii
247 Ridge-McIntire Rd
Charlottesville, VA 22903
Not the illicit beer hall of South African townships, our Shebeen, styled after the Cape wineries, offers unique food in an engaging setting.
Presented with peerless South African hospitality, our menu reflects the multiculturalism of the Southern African palate. From spicy African
peri-peri sauce and Dutch farmer's Boer sausage to pub-style fish 'n chips, you will explore a cuisine of surprising diversity.
2442 18th St. NW
Washington D.C. 20009 (202)265-4600
This restaurant serves West African cuisine including kenkey, gari, jollof rice,
okra soup, fufu, egusi soup, chicken yassa, moi-moi and more.
Chez Aunty Liby
6115 Georgia Avenue NW
This is one of the few restaurants specializing in Senegambian dishes such as mafe', ceeb u
jenn and chicken yassa.
1336 14th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005
Best food and prices for African food in the D.C. area. The egusi soup is
superb. Beverages include Gulder and Star (Nigeria), Ngoma (Togo), Tusker
(Kenya) and Mamba (Ivory Coast). Catering is available. Tony and Abigail
Opare, a Ghanaian couple, run the restaurant. Click on their name above to visit the
web site and see the menu.
Kendejah Restaurant & Lounge
5828 Georgia Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20011
(202) 291-7541 or (202) 291-1565
This West African restaurant comes highly recommended by a patron for its great food, ambiance and diverse music.
1727 Seventh St. NW
Washington, DC 20001
Phone: (202) 462-7309
Down-home West African cooking including house-made ginger beer, rice akras, pepper soup, peanut butter
soup, potato leaf, crain-crain, tola, fufu, eba, fried fish, plantain, okra, couscous, cassava leaf
stew, and more. Laidback service, so give yourself plenty of time to linger. This restaurant
is owned by a man from Sierra Leone, and patrons say the food is absolutely wonderful. They always have
everything on the menu and he always makes you feel at home.
1107 N. Old World Third
This restaurant serves foods of Nigeria, Senegal and Cameroon. Selections
include fufu, akara and egusi, and the food is said to be delicious. The decor
and service also get high marks. The proprietor, Yinka, also does African Presentations
for schools or groups in which he will give you an eye-opening tour of his
native country, Nigeria. You can find out more about this and read a copy of African
Hut's menu by clicking on their name above.
Read an online
review of this restaurant.