Have you visited these African venues in Columbus? Go for their piri piri chicken and Kunāfah - you won’t regret it! We analyzed millions of diner and expert reviews from top sites for the best African restaurants in Columbus. Sit down and feast on Jollof Rice while sipping on Amarula liquor at these Columbus venues.
Finding the right African restaurant for you shouldn’t be so hard. We used our boam magic powers to analyze 823905 local restaurant reviews, Google and Yelp ratings for 5530 restaurants, and 161 lists and articles from top sources like Hoodline. Yes, we even looked at Hoodline - 5 top spots in Columbus' Forest Park East neighborhood and Hoodline - 5 best African spots in Columbus to pull this list together. We automatically update restaurants’ availability and services, so you can find a great meal as the industry adapts to COVID-19. Our site gets no payment from the restaurants we show, so you can trust what you see. Don’t sleep on the restaurants in this list.
When considering how to best enjoy your seared tuna, papaya salad and lime chutney, we would highlight how well a glass of Sauvignon Blanc complements the dish as it highlights the flavour of the wine.
Experts recommend pairing a hake and shellfish with a glass of Chardonnay, a popular white wine.
The acidic flavors in Sauvignon Blanc makes it a great white wine to pair with pork ribs with a barbecue rub.
On March 23, 2005, Thailand’s African fans celebrated a new world record by the seafood stick, weighing 110 pounds.
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!
If you really want to enjoy yourself, zigni from Eritrea should be paired with some injera.
Nobody likes to circle around the block looking for parking. 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.