Try traditional meat stews at African restaurants in Sydney
If you’re a fan of succulent meats, then Sydney’s African restaurants have got you covered. You’ll find a wide range of dishes like kukuna nazi, a Kenyan dishes of chicken breast cooked in spices and coconut milk; traditional beef stews simmered in a tomato-based sauce, and iconic dishes from North Africa like lamb tagine. Pay Lucky Tsotsi Shebeen & Bar on Oxford Street a visit and sample the African platter brimming with biltong, dry wors, Cape fruit and nuts, and bhuja mix. Or, pick Lorena Maria’s peri peri, lemon and spice half chicken, Mozambique-style, or the pap ‘n’ wors plate, with South African boerewors sausage in gravy over mielie-meal pap. Whatever you want, there'll be something on the menu for you.