Did you know that the West African region offers an array of cultural dishes?
It includes the countries of Ghana, Nigeria, and Liberia, and many immigrants who call Philadelphia home have established a variety of neighborhood restaurants.
The best nearby eateries include:
Nestled in the heart of Philadelphia, Goree offers an elegant atmosphere and reasonable prices. It has a four-star rating on Yelp as guests appreciate the delicious meals, large portions, and fast, friendly service. The chefs strive to bring a taste of the Goree Island to Pennsylvania, and mafe is one of their most popular dishes. It is made to order and features tender pieces of lamb in a peanut butter sauce.
La Mandingue has been a local favorite for more than twelve years. It was featured on an episode of Bizarre Foods, and the menu reflects the diversity of the chefs who come from across West Africa. The owners are known as trailblazers in the restaurant industry and offer a modern dining room complete with street views and live music. Menu options include jollof rice, potato greens, and fried rice with chicken.
African Small Pot
African Small Pot features the cooking of Abdarahmane Diop. He is a master chef with nearly forty years of experience, and he began his culinary career on Goree Island. Che Diop is fluent in eight languages and states that he expresses his love of people through his food. All of the meals are made with quality ingredients and are served with a warm African hospitality. Choices include grilled lamb, beef kebabs, and woloff rice.
These are just a few of the international restaurants near Courts at Spring Mill. If you would like to call our community home, please contact us. Our leasing agents would love to show you our amenities firsthand.