Morocco, Israel, and Turkey blend into one grandma-inspired kitchen. Dining space has cabin vibes, with plywood paneling behind the bar and long tables good for groups. Open shelves stocked with sp... read more
Nolita day club embraces the west side with entry into The Jane Hotel. Same menu carries over, French and Moroccan faves. Baked eggs with smoked salmon, orange blossom waffles, Moroccan couscous, c... read more
Former East Village pariah/magnet Le Souk adds "Harem" to the name, signals that it's not going PC yet. Belly dancers, hookahs, general debauchery spread out over massive tri-level space. Shades of... read more
Not just a bistro. Chef Abdoul Gueye gets Senegali roots on with cayenne-dusted black-eyed-pea fritters, West African chicken salad, and Senegalese fried chicken. French staples like moules and ste... read more
Casbah-inspired den. Intimate, friendly, cozy. Exposed brick and North African flava conjure the Parisian hood that's the namesake. During the hectic lunch crush, rock the lamb or shrimp brochettes... read more
Kick off your Brooklyn wilderness safari at one of Madiba's wood picnic tables, but don't carve your name in, okay? Colorful paintings of Africa complement the cuisine. Locals love the oxtail, we l... read more
Seductive scarlet entrance draws you in like a revealed secret. Which is: tasty and toothsome grub on the UWS that doesn't hoover up every last dinar from your pockets. Flaky b'stilla is North Afri... read more
Small, casual spot to exercise your carnivorous spirit. Columbia kids dig sambusas, Ethiopian egg rolls. Order a heaping plate of spicy yellow lentils or a sturdy side of collard greens and mop it ... read more
Sludgy Turkish coffee opens the bleary eyes of the breakfast-at-noon crowd. Couscous, hummus, cucumber yogurt, and other Mediterranean faves served up in slightly grungy brick-walled space. Removed... read more
Dime a dozen Manhattan winebars all telling same story: enotecas stacked with paninis, Italian vinos galore, one list supposedly better than the next. Xai Xai ain't trying to compete, they're tryin... read more
The African/Moroccan delegate to the dining U.N. that is Ninth Avenue. Arabian Nights-themed harem hang complete with candlelight and cushions. Fragrant spring lamb tagine is nice, but we prefer gr... read more
Dip off the Cross Bronx Expressway to savor the flavor of the Cote d’Ivoire. Sate that gnarly cassava leaf craving via a thick, peanuty stew. Husband and wife team serve a la carte meat and rice co... read more
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