15 "West African" Restaurants in New York.
Adá Supper Club is a rotating delivery series featuring three-course meals from Black and female chefs focusing on foods of the African diaspora.
Adja Khady is a market in Harlem with a big selection of imported Senegalese groceries.
Les Ambassades is a Senegalese spot in Harlem where you should sit outside before or after getting a pastry from their bakery next door.
The guinea fowl at Chez Alain is one of the best West African dishes in Harlem, and all of NYC.
Africa Kine is a small Senegalese spot in Harlem with some fantastic chicken yassa.
Le Baobab Gouygui is a great option for Senegalese takeout near Morningside Park.
Hills Kitchen is a West African spot in Bushwick serving things like chicken with joloff, dense meat pies, and a variety of rich stews.
Citi Grill is a West African spot in Jersey City that’s a great option for takeout and delivery.
Cafe Rue Dix is a casual spot in Crown Heights where you can get very good French-Senegalese food.
Brooklyn Suya is a small Nigerian spot in Crown Heights where you should get a casual weeknight dinner in the area.
Tamra Teahouse is a casual cafe in Crown Heights that makes very good Asian and African mashup dishes.
Teranga is a counter-service West African spot that’s a great option for lunch or a casual dinner on the border of the Upper East Side and Harlem.
Chez Maty Et Sokhna is a quiet Senegalese spot where you should pick up dibi lamb and spring rolls on your way to St. Nicholas Park.