From Cape to Cairo, Voice Places is your guide to African cuisine in Houston. You’ll find reviews from both seasoned critics and fellow users, and our listings are easily searchable by cuisine type, restaurant name or neighborhood!
Houston's flagship West African restaurant in Little Nigeria on the southwest side specializes in the cuisine found in countries like Nigeria and Ghana. You'll... More »
Ethiopian meals are eaten without utensils from a communal plate, which is first covered with pieces of a flatbread called injera. You fold each bite... More »
Afrikiko is about as close to a bona fide African experience (an experience, by the way, that usually includes soccer on the eatery's satellite TV) as you're going to get here in... More »
See more colorful photos from Lucy's dining room and kitchen in this week's slideshow.
It's not often you find yourself getting bottle service at a mesob, the woven round table that functions as the traditional serving structure at Ethiopian...
Check out the colorful kitchen and interior of Finger Licking Bukateria, housed in a charming old Bennigan's.
I laughed at my own inelegance as I sucked the last of the fufu from my fingers at the aptly named Finger Licking Bukateria one...
Our journey to find Ghanian food had led my friend Steve and me into a section of Missouri City that I had never traversed in my entire 30 years in Houston. I was more and more...
If you haven't tried Ethiopian food yet, you need to hop in your car immediately and drive to Blue Nile. The food here is mouth wateringly scrumptious. Be aware that some dishes you eat with your hands by using a flat bread called injeera to sop it up, like we southerners do with biscuits and gravy. The service is good and it's nice inside despite not looking...Read Full Review
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