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African Restaurants in Sydney

 Tasty seafood dishes in African restaurants in Sydney

If you have a love for spicy and flavoursome dishes and fresh seafood, Sydney's African restaurants are the ideal dining destination. At African Feeling on King Street in Newtown you can find a range of authentic fish dishes with a spicy twist, including Ghanaian fried zakham, of fried fish, usually tilapias or snapper, marinated in African spices and served in a delicious sauce. For those who prefer something a little more creamy and less spicy, the seasoned dalak prawns (a delicacy of Kenya) served in coconut cream is not to be missed.

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Lucky Tsotsi Shebeen and Bar

Lucky Tsotsi Shebeen and Bar

Darlinghurst
African
5.4/613
Lucky Tsotsi Shebeen and Bar
African Feeling

African Feeling

Newtown
African
African Feeling
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    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.
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    Go vegetarian at Sydney's African restaurants

    Vegetables and spices form a major part of African cuisine, so while meat and fish are clearly popular at Sydney's African restaurants, there's plenty to satisfy those who are vegetarian too. At African Feeling you can find a range of authentic and filling meat-free dishes, such as the spinach granat stew with ground peanuts from Sierra Leone or egwein of red kidney bean and black eyed bean stew with a side of chapatti or coconut rice. So whether you just want to try something out of the ordinary when dining out at Sydney's African restaurants or are a vegetarian all year round, you'll find something that will suit here.
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    Book ahead at African restaurants in Sydney

    Sydney's African restaurants are some of the best in the city, so it's no surprise they tend to fill up quickly. To avoid disappointment, it's wise to book a table ahead. If the thought of doing this fills you with dread, don't worry, at Quandoo, we've taken all the stress out of booking tables at African restaurants in Sydney and made it possible for you to book online in just a matter of seconds.