Have you visited these African venues in San Francisco? Go for their piri piri chicken and Kunāfah - you won’t regret it! We analyzed the top review sites with millions of diner and expert reviews to find San Francisco’s top African spots. Start the day with a rusk and Kenyan coffee or finish it with Injera, whatever you're after you will find it below.
Finding the best African restaurant for you shouldn’t feel like a second job. For these results, 3104661 restaurant reviews were analyzed, 28808 restaurants’ Yelp and Google reviews were captured, and exactly 1901 lists and articles from Eater and San Francisco Travel and others were carefully reviewed by boam. Don’t bother looking for Eater - Eat and Drink Down Divisadero Street, San Francisco Travel - Where To Eat And Drink In Nopa and Eater - The Hottest Restaurants in San Francisco Right Now – we’ve already done so for you and included all you need to know. We automatically update restaurants’ availability and services, so you can find a great meal no matter what. Every restaurant shown earned its spot fair and square. With boam, money never makes the list. We don’t recommend restaurants lightly, these 10 are really something special.
Experts often pair seared tuna, papaya salad and lime chutney with a glass of Sauvignon Blanc, a popular white wine.
For an elevated experience, pair your ewa agoyin with Grenache. This combination works particularly well because this red wine complements the sweetness of the ewa with the fruity wine.
Lagos, Nigeria is the proud home of the annual Lagos Street Food Festival, held every October to celebrate everything that is good about African.
Making palm butter sauce, often paired with goat, is a long-held tradition in Liberia.
Few things are as aggravating as circling around the block, looking for parking when you’re hungry. 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.