African Restaurants Pittsburgh
Since Africa is the second largest mass of land in the world, it stands to reason that there is no single way to describe its cuisine other than diverse. Regional differences in ingredients used were brought about by each country's historical heritage, although on the whole, traditional cooking techniques have been preserved. Pittsburgh African restaurants that specialize in Central African cooking will offer dishes that usually contain plantains, cassava and fufu, a mush made of grain or tubers, while East African fare is usually spicier as a result of European, Middle Eastern and South Asian influences. North African dishes have a subtle Mediterranean nuance while South African cuisine has become a literal melting pot of multinational influences. The steadily mounting popularity of African cooking has inspired the establishment of authentic restaurants in Pittsburgh, making it more accessible to you.