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This time-tested African eatery offers familiar, self-serve fare in simple, compact quarters.

Senegalese food is by far the most well-represented national cuisine of West Africa in New York, but Accra Restaurant in Harlem is a great place to try food from Ghana. You form a ball of fufu (mashed cassava) with your right hand and dip it in the stews. We were advised to get the palm nut and okra stews, which come in huge portions. They make an excellent ginger beer too.

enegalese food is by far the most well-represented national cuisine of West Africa in New York, but Accra Restaurant in Harlem is a great place to try food from Ghana. You form a ball of fufu (mashed cassava) with your right hand and dip it in the stews. We were advised to get the palm nut and okra stews, which come in huge portions. They make an excellent ginger beer too.

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    2065 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd, New York, NY, USA
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