Bright, exotic flavors complement local ingredients prepared with love and imagination at Radio Africa Kitchen. The soups are particularly delicious, and most of the menu is actually on the healthful side, making this restaurant one you can visit as often as you'd like!
Every Thursday and Friday night, this "nomadic" restaurant sets up camp at Coffee Bar, cooking communal, organic Mediterranean-North African food for a mostly word-of-mouth crowd.. The Ethiopian-born, self-taught chef behind RAK, formerly a fine-dining waiter at vaunted restaurants like Boulevard and Campton Place, sources the organic produce for the weekly changing menus from his own garden, and often barely breaks even on the meat and fish dishes, but no matter--this is a labor of love. What he calls a "nomadic" restaurant has found at least a semi-permanent home at Coffee Bar, where two nights a week he serves food inspired by the cuisines of the Mediterreanean and Red Sea cultures to tables full of fans who find him through word of mouth.
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