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African Food Restaurants In Newark

Mapped Restaurants Newark

Mimi's African Restaurant Mimi's African Restaurant Newark 3 Star Rating

55 William St Newark
(973) 424-9996

Newark Middle Eastern Restaurant near William St And Washington St offering dine in

Mesob Mesob Newark 3 Star Rating

515 Bloomfield Ave Montclair
(973) 655-9000

Newark Ethiopian Restaurant near Bloomfield Ave And Park St

Harrar Ethiopian Cafe Harrar Ethiopian Cafe Newark 3 Star Rating

11 Village Plz South orange
(973) 761-5222

Newark African Restaurant near Village Plz And Valley St

African 1 African 1 Newark 3 Star Rating

85 Rogers Ave Brooklyn
(718) 363-7893

Newark African Restaurant near Rogers Ave And Prospect Pl offering dine in

Gold Coast African Restaurant Gold Coast African Restaurant Newark 3 Star Rating

42 Broadway Newark
(973) 482-7188

Newark African Restaurant near Broadway And Crane St offering dine in

YA Koyo African Restaurant YA Koyo African Restaurant Newark 3 Star Rating

1119 Clarkson Ave Brooklyn
(718) 922-4185

Newark African Restaurant near Clarkson Ave And E 96Th St offering dine in

Yolele African Bistro Yolele African Bistro Newark 3 Star Rating

1108 Fulton St Brooklyn
(718) 622-0101

Newark African Restaurant near Fulton St And Claver Pl offering dine in

Lalibela Ethiopian Restaurant Lalibela Ethiopian Restaurant Newark 3 Star Rating

261 Irvington Ave South orange
(973) 327-4840

Newark Ethiopian Restaurant near Irvington Ave And Fairview Ave offering dine in

African Restaurants Newark


Since Africa is the second largest mass of land in the world, it stands to reason that there is no single way to describe its cuisine other than diverse. Regional differences in ingredients used were brought about by each country's historical heritage, although on the whole, traditional cooking techniques have been preserved. Newark African restaurants that specialize in Central African cooking will offer dishes that usually contain plantains, cassava and fufu, a mush made of grain or tubers, while East African fare is usually spicier as a result of European, Middle Eastern and South Asian influences. North African dishes have a subtle Mediterranean nuance while South African cuisine has become a literal melting pot of multinational influences. The steadily mounting popularity of African cooking has inspired the establishment of authentic restaurants in Newark, making it more accessible to you.

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