Have you visited these African venues in Cambridge? Go for their piri piri chicken and Kunāfah - you won’t regret it! We analyzed the top restaurant review sites and leading food blogs for the best African spots in Cambridge. Send your taste buds on holiday to the Savanna with doro wat and glasses of Mampoer at these Cambridge eateries.
Figuring out the best African restaurants can take awhile. We used our boam magic powers to analyze 823905 local restaurant reviews, Google and Yelp ratings for 15185 restaurants, and 1052 lists and articles from top sources like Eater and Infatuation. For example, we considered Eater - Where to Eat Vegetarian and Vegan Food Around Boston, Infatuation - The Best Restaurants In The South End and Eater - Where to Eat and Drink in Jamaica Plain as we sourced this ultimate list. Our engine uses real-time data to only show restaurants that are open and their available services, so you can stay safe on your terms. Restaurants can’t pay to show up on this list, so you can trust what you see and enjoy the city’s hidden gems. We don’t recommend restaurants lightly, these 10 are really something special.
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Molly Schuyler knows that you can never have too much of a good thing. They proved this by eating 23 pounds of prime rib, setting a world record in the process!
On March 23, 2005, Thailand’s African fans celebrated a new world record by the seafood stick, weighing 110 pounds.
Parking can be tough around Cambridge To make the hunt for parking easier, we’ve partnered with a cutting-edge digital parking reservation system, Spothero, that enables you to book a spot in advance before you visit your chosen African spot.