Africa is the second largest and second most populous continent in the world and yet the cuisines from its 54 countries can sometimes be difficult to find in Los Angeles with the exception of Ethiopian, which has a thriving scene along Fairfax Avenue. From Tunisian couscous to Nigerian fufu, African food is incredibly varied due to a wide range of climates and colonial influences. Here’s a guide on where to find African cuisines in Los Angeles.
Removed: Taste of Senegal, Oasis
Added: Cafe Dahab, Flavors From Afar, Revolutionario
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