8 African Restaurants in Manchester

Try exciting cuisine at Manchester's African restaurants

Manchester's links with Africa run deep because in the 18th and 19th centuries, reformers from the city helped spearhead the abolitionist movement, while its industrialists also supplied wax-printed fabrics to West Africa in huge numbers. However, what really ties Africa and Mancunians together nowadays is its growing community of Nigeria, Ethiopians, Moroccans and South Africans. These people are starting to open excellent African restaurants in Manchester, providing another tempting dining option in an already diverse gastronomic centre.

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Manjaros - Manchester

Rusholme
African££££
4.5/62
Manjaros - Manchester

Roots - Manchester

Gorton
African££££
3.7/63
Roots - Manchester

Kasbah Cafe and Bazaar

Ropewalks
Moroccan££££
5.4/6234
Kasbah Cafe and Bazaar
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Sami's Moroccan

Chapel Allerton
Moroccan££££
4.9/615
Sami's Moroccan

Manjaros - Bradford

Little Horton
African££££
Manjaros - Bradford

Abyssinia

Harehills
African££££
5.0/610
Abyssinia

Al Moroccan

Waterloo
Moroccan££££
Al Moroccan

Lola

Centre
African££££
5.5/62
Lola
  1. 1.

    Discover innovative versions of dishes you adore

    There may not be many African restaurants in Manchester right now, but we'll probably see many more opening up in the future. Right now, you can head to superb eateries in areas like Gorton and the City Centre to find out what's on the horizon. If you haven't explored the food of Africa, you're in for a treat. With plenty of distinctive spins on chicken, beef, pork and vegetarian food, African restaurants in Manchester have dishes that everyone can enjoy.
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    African restaurants are some of Manchester's best social venues

    One of the best aspects of Manchester's African restaurants is the vibe that they produce. They aren't just lifeless brasseries that are filled with the hum of polite chatter. Instead, Manchester's African restaurants are lively venues. Expect specially chosen selections of Afrobeat music - not too loud to disrupt your meal, but bouncing along in the background, providing a positive atmosphere to socialise as you eat. And expect plenty of cocktails and beers on tap as well. There genuinely aren't many better social spaces in the city...
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    Explore a continent's cuisine at Manchester's African restaurants

    Atmosphere is one thing but food is another, and the cuisine is definitely the star attraction at African restaurants in Manchester. If all you know about Africa's food is spicy fried chicken, you'll be amazed by the continent's diversity. At these restaurants in Manchester, you'll find African delicacies like couscous, eforio chicken (from Nigeria) and Ethiopian dishes like tibs (fried beef) and injera (sourdough flatbreads). Africa is a huge place and it's full of inspiring chefs and cuisines. Some of the best are making their way to Manchester restaurants, where the best of African cooking is there for diners to enjoy. Don’t despair if you need a table at an African restaurant in Manchester because Quandoo has got you covered!