Voice Places is New York’s most colorful way to track down South African cuisine. Reviews from both professional critics and enthusiastic fellow diners put a great meal within reach!
Bamboo lines the ceiling and driftwood collected along the Hudson River bank is scattered around Braai. From the same folks who own Xai Xai Wine Bar down the street, the Hell's... More »
In addition to South African, South American, and Moroccan wines, Kaia (which means "Hut" in Zulu) offers a fascinating menu thatreflects the myriad international... More »
For nearly two decades, New York diners have been regaled with the fascinating and varied cuisines of West Africa, most notably Senegalese, Guinean, Nigerian, Ghanaian, and Liberian. We've nearly had our fill of East African, too—though, annoyingly, every Ethiopian menu is nearly the same. Food from the southern reaches of the continent has proved a harder coconut to crack, but we've...
In the annals of amazing food slang, South Africa runs neck-and-neck with Britain—home of spotted dick and tipsy hedgehog. That's in no small part because South Africans can claim bunny chow, an ingenious fast food that involves neither rabbits nor carrots. The dish is actually a hollowed-out heel of bread filled with curry, the scooped-out portion of bread (called, deliciously, "the...
If there's anything that will make a jaded food city perk up, it's word that a new restaurant will be serving zebra. Yes, wrote The New York Times, zebra would be on the menu at Braai, the new South African barbecue spot in Hell's Kitchen. On the way over, we discussed animals we'd eaten (alligator) and animals we hadn't, at least to our knowledge (horse), and what zebra...
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