Eating Out - African

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Name:
Calabash

Where:
The Africa Centre, 38 King Street, Covent Garden, London, WC2

Telephone:
020 7836 1976

Info:
Featuring a wide selection of African food, including dishes from Nigeria, Kenya & Sierra Leone.

Name:
Chakalaka

Where:
136 Upper Richmond London SW15 2SP

Telephone:
0208 789 5696

Info:

A modern South African restaurant great for the meat lover.


Name:
D' Den

Where:
Cricklewood/ Kilburn

Telephone:
020 8830 500/7800 mob: 07947 715683

Info:
info@dden-restaurant.com 47 cricklewood broadway. criclewood. london NW3 3JX SERVING DELICIOUS TRADITIONAL NIGERIAN FOOD. SPECIALISING IN SUYA, PPPER SOUP AND POUNDED YAM. This is the best home food restaurant I've been to that was'nt in Lagos! Almost as good as my Grandmama's Kitchen!

Name:
Emukay Restaurant

Where:
91 Camberwell Road, London, SE5 0EZ

Telephone:
020 72774977

Info:
Large portions of the best Nigerian food, including egusi soup, jollof rice and plantain chips.

Name:
Emukay Restaurant

Where:
91 Camberwell Road, London, SE5 0EZ

Telephone:
020 72774977

Info:
Large portions of the best Nigerian food, including egusi soup, jollof rice and plantain chips.

Name:
Exceline Exotic Dishes

Where:
London E8 3RH

Telephone:
020 85259222

Info:
Highly Commended African Restaurant Specialising in East African Cuisine, warm ambience and extensive menus with friendly professional service. Well suited for functions, events or just a great time out, a true meal experience to remember.... Check out new website www.excelinecatering.co.uk and send us a message.

Name:
Mama Calabar

Where:
25-27 Watford Way, Hendon Central, London, NW4 3JH

Telephone:
020 8202 2003

Info:
25-27 Watford Way, Hendon Central, London, NW4 3JH. Tube: Hendon Central

Name:
The Gold Coast Bar & Restaurant

Where:
224 Portland Road South Norwood SE25 4QB

Telephone:
020 8676 1919

Info:
The Gold Coast, a warm friendly gastropub with an Afro twist is situated in the heart of South Norwood’s busy Portland Road. The exuberant Ghanaian hospitality expressed heartily in the traditional greeting “akwaaba” or “welcome” will warm you. You can lounge and soak the serene atmosphere of the non-smoking Champagne Bar and Restaurant located on the first floor and also at your disposal for private functions, or the beer garden where your meals are char-grilled whilst you relax