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Abyssinia Restaurant
268 W 135th St
Harlem/10030
212-281-2673
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Accra Restaurant
2065 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd
Harlem/10027
(212) 932-7739
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Experience the bold and robust flavors of African cuisine. If are unsure of what to order, our friendly staff are always ready to help you find just the perfect thing. Our buffet style allows you to try many different options so you can indulge in many different flavors.

We take pride in serving quality and authentic African cuisine. Our roots come from Ghana and we enjoy getting to share the delightful flavors of our culture with you. Join us for lunch or dinner and remember we are also open late!

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Africa Kine Restaurant
2267 7th Avenue Adam Clayton Powell, Jr Blvd
New York, NY
212 666 9400
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This eatery welcomes you to Senegal. One of the original restaurants on 116th St, the hub of Harlem’s West African community, Kine has moved further uptown for more space.  Your first bite? Try the national dish, Thiebou Djeun, “fish and rice.” Be ready to eat!

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Chez Alain
2046 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd
Harlem/10027
(212) 678-7600
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Chez Jacob
2479 Frederick Douglas Blvd
Harlem/10027
(212) 862-3663
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Keur Sokhna
225 W 116th St
New York, NY 10027
212 368 5005
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La Baobab
120 W 116th St
New York, NY 10027
212 864 4700
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La Savane
239 W 116th St
Harlem/10026
(646) 490-4644

La Savane offers a short menu with options assembled from several African countries, including Senegal and Guinea, but its decor, its name, which translates to “the Savannah,” and the majority of its dishes are distinct tributes to Cote d’Ivoire. Come to the small Harlem eatery to practice your French, and be sure to try any stew with peanut or peanut butter on the listed ingredients: It tastes nothing like peanut butter but is fantastically rich. Fried meats, rice, chopped vegetables and plantains make up many of the selections that can hardly be described as adventurous eating—unless you add too much of the super spicy Ivorian hot sauce.

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Lenox Saphire
341 Lenox Ave
New York, NY
212 866 9700
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Newly expanded, Lenox Saphire offers it all – dining, cocktails, live music and an adjoining authentic French patisserie kicking out baked goods and treats. Here is where you learn to become a bon vivant. Merci beaucoup!

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Les Ambassades
2200 Frederick Douglass Blvd
New York, NY 10026
212 666 0078

Paris meets Senegal in this newly renovated bakery and café serving buttery croissants, baguettes, and tasty French pastries plus a full menu of French Moroccan and Vietnamese inspired foods.

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