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This traditional African restaurant offers up delicious native food from Ghana. Be sure to try the fried chicken; cooked in soybean oil, it boasts a light, almost flaky exterior to contrast the luscious dark meat within -- the fact that it comes on the same plate with such fantastic stuff as black-eyed pea loaf and vegetable-fried rice makes you look good just for being smart enough to order it. Especially if you ask for a side of the smoky, cough-inducingly spicy condiment called shito, too.

Denver

African Grill & Bar

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This traditional African restaurant offers up delicious native food from Ghana. Be sure to try the fried chicken; cooked in soybean oil, it boasts a light, almost flaky exterior to contrast the luscious dark meat within -- the fact that it comes on the same plate with such fantastic stuff as black-eyed pea loaf and vegetable-fried rice makes you look good just for being smart enough to order it. Especially if you ask for a side of the smoky, cough-inducingly spicy condiment called shito, too.