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13 Restaurants in Croydon: African

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South London is crammed with delicious places to eat out, from Keralan curry houses, to Argentine barbecues, including some fantastic African restaurants in Croydon. With dishes including the famous jollof rice, Moroccan tagines, chicken stews and Algerian meatballs, these restaurants offer a range of dishes that are so tasty, you’ll be coming back time, and time again – that’s for sure. So have a look on Quandoo, and discover Croydon's finest African restaurants.

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Tagine

Balham
Moroccan££££
5.4/6276
Tagine

Tangia

Tooting
Moroccan££££
5.6/6118
Tangia

Kata Kata

Brixton
Vegetarian££££
5.5/624
Kata Kata
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Jerk N Jollof Bar & Grill

Wallington
African££££
5.7/67
Jerk N Jollof Bar & Grill

Touch Afrik

Norbury
African££££
Touch Afrik

Khamsa

Brixton
African££££
5.0/626
Khamsa

Adwoa's Kitchen

Thornton Heath
African££££
Adwoa's Kitchen

Al Jazeera

Streatham
African££££
Al Jazeera

Sankofa Restaurant

Norbury
African
Sankofa Restaurant

Baba Foundation

Norbury
African
Baba Foundation

Safari

Streatham
African
Safari

May Foods

Brixton
African
May Foods

Asmara

Brixton
Ethiopian££££
Asmara
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    Croydon's West African restaurants are local highlights

    West Africa is well represented on the local African restaurant scene in Croydon – which is a massive bonus for fans of spicy meat dishes. At places like Jerk N Jollof not too far from Croydon, you'll find distinctive spins on Caribbean jerk chicken made with fresh spices and greens native to West Africa. You'll also come across specials like egusi stew made with yams, eba (grated cassava) and tomato-infused jollof rice. Also, one would be remiss to pay this cosy spot a visit and go past the iconic curry goat, cooked to absolute perfection.
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    Discover North African restaurants near Croydon

    The selection of North African restaurants near Croydon is some of the best outside central London. As anyone who has sampled Algerian or Moroccan cuisine will attest, this part of the world is a culinary hotspot and boasts richly seasoned tagines, slow-cooked lamb dishes sweetened with dates, as well as a huge range of fresh salads topped with pomegranate. If this sounds good to you, head to local favourites Balham's Tagine Restaurant, or Tangia in Tooting. Just make sure you book a table ahead of time at both though, they’re local favourites for a very good reason.
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    Explore diverse cuisine at Croydon's African restaurants

    There are so many more African restaurants in the Croydon area, so your best bet is to work your way through them all and work out which is your favourite dish and restaurant – which sounds ideal to us. Whether you head to Touch Afrik in Norbury for their steamed tilapia and okra soups, or try a Ghanaian spot for some authentic fufu, there's an endless supply of culinary treats to discover. So try something unique and discover just how wonderful Croydon's African restaurants really are.