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{:en}The African community in Ireland is growing bigger every year. Being away from a culture an individual grew up in can sometimes be difficult. 

For Africans moving to Ireland, there is always that urge to eat cuisines they are more familiar with. 

Many people do not know that Dublin alone has over 20 African restaurants. 

West African restaurants might make up more than half of all African restaurants in Dublin but there are many other restaurants that serve North, South, and East African dishes. 

Here is the Babylon Radio 7 best African restaurants in Dublin:

Intercontinental food court

If you are a new student in Ireland, chances are you’ve been told about the Intercontinental food court. The restaurant is located on Parnell Street, which is just a walking distance from O’Connell Street. This restaurant serves West African food; jollof rice, efo, draw soup, and more.

 Location: 130, Parnell Street, Dublin

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A plate of spaghetti from Intercontinental  food court/Facebook

Heritage Confectionery 

This restaurant is located in Lucan, one of the major towns populated by the black population in Ireland. This restaurant also serves some West and Central African dishes. Like the Intercontinental food court, Heritage serves West African food. Heritage also makes the popular Heritage agege bread in Ireland. 

Location: St. Edmondsbury, Lucan, Co. Dublin

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Jollof rice, plantain from Heritage/Facebook

Akanchawa’s Honey Pot

As another West African themed restaurant located in a town with a large black population. Akanchawa’s Honey Pot is one of the best restaurants to get your African food in Dublin. The restaurant has spaces for sitting and also does deliveries to surrounding towns. 

Location: 30, Porter’s Gate Ct, Clonsilla, Coolmine business centre, Blanchardstown 

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Akanchawa serves Nigerian food. Photo: Akanchawa’s Honey Pot/Facebook

Anu’s Kitchen

Anu’s Kitchen sits in the heart of Tallaght. The restaurant is large enough that it doubles as an event center. Anu’s Kitchen probably has the largest menu of all African restaurants in Dublin. Book your events or order food by calling: 0876730637

Location: Glen Abbey Complex, 3 Belgard Road, Tallaght, Dublin 24

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Anu’s Kitchen doubles up as a catering service. Photo: Facebook

El Bahia 

Since the year 2000, El Bahia is Ireland’s first Moroccan restaurant.  The decor, the music and especially the food create an authentic Moroccan atmosphere reminiscent of Marrakesh.

Location: 37, Wicklow Street Dublin 2 

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El Bahia restaurant. Photo: dineindublin.ie

Dada Restaurant

This is another Moroccan restaurant established to offer a unique fusion of authentic Moorish-inspired dishes in beautiful Moorish surroundings. Chef Jalal Belmaati and his team cater to the restaurant with a capacity of 150 people. 

Location: 45, Williams Street, Dublin 2

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Front bar of the Dada restaurant. Photo: https://www.dadarestaurant.ie/gallery.html

Keshk Cafe

This Egyptian-inspired restaurant serves food from the Mediterranean, Egypt, Greece, and Turkey. The main courses focus on delicately charcoal-grilled meats and fish. There is also a vegetarian option. 

Location: 71, Mespil Road, Dublin 4

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{:}{:fr}La communauté africaine est en train de se grandir en Irlande année après année. Être loin d’une culture peut parfois être difficile. 

Pour les africains qui s’installent en Irlande, il y a toujours la nécessité de se cuisiner ce qui il sont les plus familiers. 

Personne , toutefois, sait que à Dublin il y a plus de 20 restaurants africains.

Les restaurants avec de la cuisine de l’Ouest Afrique peuvent représenter plus que la moitié des restaurants africains à Dublin mais il en y a aussi beaucoup  qui servent des plats du Nord, Sud et Est Afrique.

Voici les 7 meilleurs restaurants Africains à Dublin:

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Intercontinental food court

Si vous êtes un nouveau étudiant en Irlande, vous avez entendue surement de l’Intercontinental Food Court. Le restaurant se trouve à Parnell Street, facile à rejoindre à pied de O’Connell Street. Ce restaurant sert des plats ouest-africains ; riz jollof, efo, soupe et bien plus encore. 

Position: 130, Parnell Street, Dublin

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Une portion de  spaghetti chez Intercontinental Food Court/Facebook

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Heritage Confectionery 

Ce restaurant se trouve à Lucan, une des principales villes d’Irlande avec une grande concentration de population noire.Il sert aussi des plats de l’Afrique Ouest et Centrale et le célèbre Heritage pain brioché agege en Irlande.  

Position: St. Edmondsbury, Lucan, Co. Dublin

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Riz Jollof avec banane plantain chez Heritage/Facebook

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Akanchawa’s Honey Pot

C’est un autre restaurant spécialisé en cuisine africaine de l’Ouest, situé dans une ville avec une grande communauté africaine. Akanchawa’s Honey Pot est un des meilleurs restaurants où goûter vos plats africains à Dublin. Le local dispose des places assises et il fait également des livraisons dans les alentours.

Position: 30, Porter’s Gate Ct, Clonsilla, Coolmine business centre, Blanchardstown

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Akanchawa sert des plats nigériens . Photo: Akanchawa’s Honey Pot/Facebook

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Anu’s Kitchen

Anu’s Kitchen se trouve en plein cœur de Tallaght. Le restaurant est grand au point de devenir une salle d’événements. Il à surement le plus grand menu de tous les restaurants africains de Dublin.Réservez vos événements ou commandez à manger en appelant : 0876730637  

Position: Glen Abbey Complex, 3 Belgard Road, Tallaght, Dublin 24

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Anu’s Kitchen fournit aussi un service de restauration. Photo: Facebook

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El Bahia 

Depuis l’an 2000, El Bahia est le premier restaurant marocain en Irlande. Le décor, la musique et surtout la bouffe créent une atmosphère marocaine authentique qui rappelle Marrakech.

Position: 37, Wicklow Street Dublin 2 

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Le restaurant El Bahia. Photo: dineindublin.ie

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Dada Restaurant

Le Dada Restaurant est un autre restaurant marocain fondé pour offrir une fusion unique de plats authentiques d’inspiration mauresque dans une ambiance magnifique et arabe. Le chef Jalal Belmaati et son équipe s’occupent du restaurant pour une capacité de 150 personnes

Position: 45, Williams Street, Dublin 2

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Le Bar chez Dada restaurant. Photo: https://www.dadarestaurant.ie/gallery.html

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Keshk Cafe

Ce restaurant, d’inspiration égyptienne, sert des plats de la cuisine méditerranéens, égyptienne, grecque et turque. Les plats principaux se concentrent sur de la viande et du poisson délicatement grillés au charbon de bois. Il y a aussi une option végétarienne. 

Position: 71, Mespil Road, Dublin 4

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[/columns]{:}{:it}La comunità africana in Irlanda cresce sempre di più di anno in anno. Allontanarsi dalla cultura nella quale si è cresciuti alle volte non è facile. 

Per gli africani che si trasferiscono in Irlanda, c’è sempre quella voglia di godersi quelle pietanze che più conoscono. 

Molte persone non sanno che solo a Dublino ci sono più di 20 ristoranti africani. 

I ristoranti dell’Africa occidentale costituiscono più della metà di tutti i ristoranti africani di Dublino, ma ci sono anche molti altri ristoranti che servono piatti dell’Africa settentrionale, sudafricana e orientale. 

Qui di seguito puoi trovare  i 7 migliori ristoranti africani a Dublino:

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Intercontinental food court

Se sei un nuovo studente a Dublino, ti avranno sicuramente già parlato dell’Intercontinental food court. Il ristorante si trova in Parnell Street, a pochi passi da O’Connell Street. È  specializzato in piatti dell’Africa occidentale: riso jollof, efo, tipica minestra (minestra draw) tanto altro ancora.

Indirizzo: 130, Parnell Street, Dublino

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Un piatto di spaghetti presso l’Intercontinental food court/Facebook

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Heritage Confectionery 

Questo ristorante si trova a Lucan, una delle maggiori città densamente abitate dalla comunità nera in Irlanda. Come l’Intercontinental Food Court, Heritage serve piatti dell’Africa occidentale e anche centrale. L’ Heritage prepara anche il famosissimo pane agege in Irlanda. 

Indirizzo: St. Edmondsbury, Lucan, Co. Dublino

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Riso Jollof con banane plantain fritte presso l’Heritage/Facebook

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Akanchawa’s Honey Pot

Ecco un altro ristorante a tema dell’Africa occidentale situato in una città con una vasta comunità nera. L’Honey Pot di Akanchawa è uno dei migliori ristoranti a Dublino dove poter assaporare il vostro cibo africano. Il ristorante ha posti a sedere e si occupa anche delle consegne in periferia.

Indirizzo: 30, Porter’s Gate Ct, Clonsilla, Coolmine business centre, Blanchardstown 

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Akanchawa specializzato in cucina Nigeriana. Foto: Akanchawa’s Honey Pot/Facebook

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Anu’s Kitchen

Anu’s Kitchen si trova nel cuore di Tallaght. Il ristorante è abbastanza grande da diventare anche un centro eventi. Anu’s Kitchen ha probabilmente il menù più assortito tra tutti i ristoranti africani di Dublino. Prenotate i vostri eventi o ordinate il cibo chiamando: 0876730637

Indirizzo: Glen Abbey Complex, 3 Belgard Road, Tallaght, Dublino 24

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Anu’s Kitchen  si occupa anche di servizi di catering. Foto: Facebook

 

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El Bahia 

Dal 2000, El Bahia è il primo ristorante marocchino d’Irlanda. L’arredamento, la musica e soprattutto il cibo creano un’autentica atmosfera marocchina che ricorda Marrakech.

Indirizzo: 37, Wicklow Street Dublino 2 

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Ristorante El Bahia. Foto: dineindublin.ie

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Dada Restaurant

Il Dada Restaurant è un altro locale marocchino creato per offrire una fusione unica di autentici piatti di ispirazione moresca in un bellissimo ambiente marocchino. Lo chef Jalalal Belmaati e il suo team si occupano del ristorante che può contenere più di 150 persone. 

Indirizzo: 45, Williams Street, Dublino 2

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Keshk Cafe

Questo ristorante di ispirazione egiziana serve piatti provenienti dal Mediterraneo, dall’Egitto, dalla Grecia e dalla Turchia. I piatti principali si concentrano su carne e pesce alla brace. C’è anche un’opzione vegetariana.

Indirizzo: 71, Mespil Road, Dublino 4

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[/columns]{:}{:es}El número de personas africanas viviendo en Dublín es mayor cada año y, como muchos de vosotros sabréis, dejar a un lado el país y la cultura en la que te has criado puede resultar complicado.
En Dublín hay más de 20 restaurantes que ofrecen comida africana. Tanto de África Occidental como de África del norte, del sur o del este. A los africanos que han elegido Irlanda como su nuevo destino para vivir, en ocasiones, les gusta saber que hay lugares donde pueden comer platos con los que están más familiarizados. En Dublín hay más de 20 restaurantes que ofrecen comida africana.
Por ellos, y por todos aquellos interesados en la cocina africana, desde Babylon Radio hemos elaborado una lista con los 7 mejores restaurantes africanos de Dublín:

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Intercontinental food court

Si eres un estudiante nuevo en Irlanda, es probable que ya te hayan hablado del Intercontinental Food Court. El restaurante está situado en Parnell Street, a un paso de O’Connell Street. Este restaurante sirve comida de África Occidental: arroz jollof, efó, sopa draw y mucho más.

 Ubicación: 130, Parnell Street, Dublin

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A plate of spaghetti from Intercontinental food court/Facebook

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Heritage Confectionery 

Este restaurante está situado en Lucan, una de las ciudades de Irlanda con mayor número de habitantes africanos. Al igual que el Intercontinental Food Court, el menú de Heritage es mayoritariamente de África Occidental, aunque también cuentan con platos de África Central. Heritage también elabora su propio pan agege.

Ubicación: St. Edmondsbury, Lucan, Co. Dublin

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Jollof rice, plantain from Heritage/Facebook

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Akanchawa’s Honey Pot

Como muchos otros restaurantes africanos de Irlanda, Akanchawa’s Honey Pot también está situado en una zona con un gran número de habitantes africanos.Este es, sin duda, uno de los mejores restaurantes para comer comida africana en Dublín. Si te llama la atención puedes optar por comer en el propio restaurante o, si lo prefieres, puedes pedir a domicilio, pues hacen repartos a pueblos de los alrededores. 

Ubicación: 30, Porter’s Gate Ct, Clonsilla, Coolmine business centre, Blanchardstown 

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Akanchawa serves Nigerian food. Photo: Akanchawa’s Honey Pot/Facebook

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Anu’s Kitchen

Este restaurante se encuentra en el corazón de Tallaght, y es tan grande que también puede ser utilizado como salón de eventos. Probablemente tenga el menú más variado de Dublín en cuanto a comida africana se refiere. Llama ahora para reservar o para pedir comida a domicilio: 0876730637

Ubicación: Glen Abbey Complex, 3 Belgard Road, Tallaght, Dublin 24

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Anu’s Kitchen doubles up as a catering service. Photo: Facebook

 

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El Bahia 

Inaugurado en el año 2000, El Bahia se convirtió en el primer restaurante marroquí de Irlanda. Su decoración, su música y, en especial su comida, te sumergirán en una ambiente que te hará recordar a  Marrakech. 

Ubicación: 37, Wicklow Street Dublin 2 

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El Bahia restaurant. Photo: dineindublin.ie

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Dada Restaurant

Este restaurante también ofrece una fusión única de sabores marroquíes y atmósfera morisca. El Chef Jalal Belmaati y su equipo se encargan de atender a los 150 comensales que puede llegar a tener este restaurante.

Ubicación: 45, Williams Street, Dublin 2

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Front bar of the Dada restaurant. Photo: https://www.dadarestaurant.ie/gallery.html

 

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Keshk Cafe

Este restaurante de atmósfera egipcia sirve todo tipo de comidas mediterráneas tanto de Egipto como de Grecia y Turquía. La mayoría de platos principales contienen carnes y pescados asados a la brasa. También cuentan con opciones vegetarianas.  

Ubicación: 71, Mespil Road, Dublin 4

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Ayomide is a journalist and editor with a passion for sports, video games and African culture. He has degrees in Mass Communication, Journalism and Media Communication.

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