It is no news that African people are all over the world. Statistics show that people from the African diaspora or Afro-Caribbean people contribute a wholesome percentage of the world population. In this article, we’ll talk about African restaurants spread all over the world.
280 Degrees, London
It provides an all-encompassing authentic African experience in London, offering good food and good Afrobeat sounds that are ideal for creating an enjoyable social experience. The menu consists of jollof rice, fried rice, rice and stew served with beef or chicken. Other African cuisines on the menu include fried yam, grilled fish served with fried.
Kiza is an all-African food and entertainment hub that fuses fine dining with a lounge experience. Dishes include the Senegalese yassa chicken, the Tanzanian Pilau which consists of spicy diced beef, the Moroccan lamb tagine and the South African boerewors, which is spiced beef sausage. Restaurant prices range from $4 to $161.
This is a popular Ethiopian-Eritrean restaurant in Toronto, Canada. It caters to both vegetarian and meat origin of the culture. The signature flatbread, injera, is served, along with popular dishes such a beef stew with the spicy berbere sauce called tsebhi sega, and a vegetarian red lentil-based stew also with berbere sauce called tsebhi timtumo. Prices range from $7.50 to $19.
The restaurant’s cuisine is mostly Senegalese, with influences from France, Portugal and North Africa. The popular meals on their menu include Accras de morue, Boudins creoles, Thiep bou dièn and Aloco. A review describes the setting as modern, and the prices value for money, adding “the food is good, I have tasted for the first time ndolé beef, plantains fries and hibiscus juice. I would recommend it to friends.” Food prices range from $5 to $23.
This is an Ethiopian restaurant in Madrid, Spain. It offers authentic Ethiopian cuisine, including Ethiopian tea and coffee, as well as an array of dishes prepared with imported food from Ethiopia. Signature dishes include the Ethiopian national dish of doro wot, wot yebeg, and berbere and gomen. With great ambience, it definitely gives an Ethiopian feel.
Massai restaurant is an all-African food restaurant that encompasses signature dishes from across the continent. They serve cassava or fufu from the West, injera or berbere sauce from the East, kudu or ostrich from the South and couscous from the North. The restaurant’s specialties include the 3 course Mama African meal which consists of millet and vegetable soup, chickpea fritters.
An Eritrean restaurant located in the heart of Amsterdam, Netherlands. The restaurant’s menu includes zegni, doro wot, kitfo, tebsi and yater wot. The restaurant also conducts the Eritrean coffee making ceremony, where fresh coffee beans are grinded, roasted and served to customers as per the social tradition of Eritrea and Ethiopia. Prices range between $11 and $24.
Mama African Restaurant, Seoul
Mama African is a Nigerian restaurant nestled in the heart of South Korea’s capital city Seoul. The restaurant serves the best in Nigerian cuisine, including fried plantain, cassava, meat and fish curry and the popular jollof rice. Another popular dish is egwusi stew. Food prices cost an average of $8 per plate, and menus are available in English on arrival.
Queen Sheba, Tokyo
This is Tokyo’s first specialty restaurant, and as an authentic African restaurant, it has introduced Japan to the African continent’s unique cuisine. Not only does the restaurant offer good Ethiopian cuisine, but it also hosts live African and traditional music. The restaurant serves injera, doro wot, yabeg wot, deep fried octopus and potato, a couscous salad and jolof rice. Prices range from $23 per person to $31 per person.