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!
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!
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.
If you enjoy eating with your hands, spicy foods or the combination go to this family run Eritrean and Ethiopian restaurant. For 25 years they have been making traditional dishes for hungry patrons. Roll up your sleeves and dig in!
Ponty Bistro has been an excellent choice for fantastic gourmet meals at affordable prices. Our Creative French and African Cuisine has served the patrons of Gramercy Park, New York for six and a half years now with breakfast, lunch, dinner and late night entrees, seven days a week.
Tsion (pronounced “see on”) Café and Bakery is a hip, cosmopolitan café located in historic Sugar Hill in Harlem, NYC. We serve Ethiopian-Mediterranean dishes, from healthy locally sourced ingredients. Besides our healthy food, we offer cultural events, such poetry readings, live musicians, a writers series and ongoing conversations with Harlem residents.
The exotic spices of Ethiopia fill the air here where dishes like doro alitcha (chicken stew), yebe alitcha (marinated lamb) and an assortment of veggie platters are must-tries.