At Serengeti Kitchen in East Harlem, Doughba Caranda-Martin III presents sweet potato leaf stew with a side of duck liver pâté, which his grandmother used to make on her farm in Liberia and call “liver butter.” (Photo: Emon Hassan | NY Times)
When Ligaya Mishan speaks, people listen. For the last few years, Ms. Mishan has introduced countless foodies to some of the best kept secrets of the vast New York City culinary scene via her column Hungry City. This time around she comes to Harlem to sample the wonderful Pan-African fare at Serengeti Kitchen in El Barrio. To sweeten the deal, the awesome photos of the food by Emon Hassan will have you making a reservation for your next night out. Maybe we will see you there.
Check out: At Serengeti Kitchen, Touches of Memoir Dot the Menu
At Tsion Cafe in Harlem, Food From Ethiopia via Israel | NY Times
All of Africa, Served at Serengeti Kitchen | NY Times
B & K French Cuisine Brings Paris to Harlem | NY Times
Sweet Simplicity at Leche y Miel in the Bronx | NY Times
Africa Kine in Harlem Returns to Its Humble Roots | NY Times
Safari Brings Somali Cuisine to Harlem | NY Times
At the Handpulled Noodle, Mom Knows Best | NY Times
At SpaHa Soul in Spanish Harlem, Camaraderie on a Plate | NY Times
Hungry City: LoLo’s Seafood Shack in Harlem | NY Times
Hungry City: Abyssinia in Harlem | NY Times
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