In today’s article, I have outlined the various places you can get African dishes to satisfy your cravings when you are overseas and outside the continent.
Traveling outside your home country can be sometimes depressing especially when you don’t know the type of diet you will be compelled to eat in a foreign land. With the rising cases of cancer occasioned by the widespread consumption of processed food and drinks, individuals are becoming more conscious of the calories they take and in particular the kind of food they consume.
Most African dishes are rich sources of nutrients and fiber, they are as diverse as the hundreds of different cultures, tribes and ethnic nationalities that inhabit the continent.
Available data indicate that colon cancer is the second major cause of cancer deaths in the United States. Comparatively the rates of cancer in Europe, Canada, and Australia are higher than in Africa.
Various places you can get African dishes
According to Dr. Denis Burkitt a renowned researcher in food science, western diets high in animal protein and fat but low in fiber raise the risk of colon cancer compared to African dishes, which are high in whole food carbohydrate and fiber but low in fat, protein, and oils.
African dishes in The United States
Gods own country is an excellent place to find rich African foods. African dishes should not be a problem when you are in the United States because of its rich diversity and a good population of African and African Americans. Africans constitute 4 percent of the foreign-born population in the United States according to the U.S. Immigration Policy Center.
Top 3 African Restaurants in the United States
- Oasis Café & Grill
Customers: Americans, Nigerians, Senegalese, Ethiopians, & Cameroonians
- Tsion Café, New York
Customers: Americans, Ethiopians, and many other African citizens.
- Drelyse in Columbus, Ohio
Top 4 African restaurants in England
- Finish Nigerian Restaurant Lewisham, London
- 280 Degrees African Restaurant & Bar, London
- Mosob Restaurant, London
See; The Top 4 Healthy Nigerian Food and Recipes