The baked Tilapia has a surprising depth of flavor at Taste of Africa in Deer Park. (Sept. 7, 2013) (Credit: Randee Daddona)
It's your first visit to
Taste of Africa
, and chef Isaac Asare greets you with a broad smile. "I will give you some free tastes before you order," he says and returns, some time later, with a tray of carefully arranged samples. There's savory spinach stew, tomato-enriched jollof rice, a nuanced chicken curry, a thimbleful of peanut soup and more. It's hard not to like everything...
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