Cafe Eritrea D’Afrique is a popular and renowned ethnic restaurant in North Oakland serving the general public since 1986. It is a restaurant that received rave reviews from various food critics including the Oakland Tribune, East Bay Express, S.F Focus Magazine, and others in the past. As a winner of the international food festival contest that was held at Lake Merritt in Oakland, it enjoyed unbelievable success and recognition in and beyond its geographical area. Members of its ethnic community as well as the general public had made it a point to frequently visit the restaurant to enjoy the authentic food it serves from its Queen of Sheba’s kitchen. Cafe Eritrea D’Afrique serves as an Eritrean/Ethiopian cuisine that goes back to the era of the Queen of Sheba who ruled present-day Eritrea, Ethiopian, Yemen... around 1000 BC. During that time, 3000 years ago that is, legends has it that the area was so rich in gold and spices that the Queen used it to entice King Solomon to develop a special “relationship”. Shortly after, Menelik Solomon, their son, was born in the river of Mai Bela located in present-day Asmara, Eritrea. Eritreans and Ethiopians have been using the same exotic spices that the queen used to perfect her culinary 3000 years ago. In Cafe Eritrea D’Afrique, meat dishes such as chicken, beef, lamb, and vegetarian dishes such as the mouth-watering SHEHAN PHOOL are cooked to perfection using the exotic spices that have been highly treasured in the community for generations. The cooking is time-tested and as good and rich as its history. The only way to confirm it is by trying it. Come to Cafe Eritrea D’Afrique to enjoy the pleasant, hospitable ambiance and service, as well as the exotic heap of meat and tasty vegetarian dishes.
Cafe Eritrea D'afrique is a company that conducts business online and in person.
4069 Telegraph Avenue Oakland, CA 94609
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