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3 African Restaurants in Adelaide

Sample speciality dishes at African restaurants in Adelaide

Africa is the world’s second largest continent by area, and is home to around 16% of the world’s population. With several diverse countries making up this vast landmass, it’s no surprise there are so many different cuisines to choose from in Adelaide’s African restaurants. If you’d like a taste of East African cooking, head down to Tana Ethiopian Cafe and Restaurant on Grange Road in Allenby Gardens to experience traditional African cooking, influenced by Arabic and Middle Eastern elements. Keep an eye out for dishes like kay siga wot (beef cooked in onion, chilli berbere sauce, garlic, ginger and spices) and kitfo (lean meat made with mitmita hot chilli powder and spices, served raw or rare), that will really get your tastebuds talking.

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Inside Morocco

Stepney
Moroccan$$$$
5.7/67
Inside Morocco

Abyssinian Restaurant

Torrensville
Ethiopian$$$$
5.5/62
Abyssinian Restaurant

Tana Ethiopian Cafe & Restaurant

Allenby Gardens
Ethiopian$$$$
4.7/66
Tana Ethiopian Cafe & Restaurant
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