Please note: You must book in advance and mention the tastecard to be entitled to the discount. Good food isn't hard to find in a historic city like Cambridge, and while many of the best restaurants in Cambridge can be found in the city centre, foodies know that the real gems are often hidden in plain sight. Africfood is a real treasure for any diner that wants to explore African cuisine. Their homecooked Nigerian classics promise something for all diners and can be found right in the market ? ideal for a quick bite, leisurely family meal or tastier alternative to a meal deal. Restaurants in Cambridge don't get much more central than Africfood. The friendly team and their kitchen can be found in Cambridge Market, in a spot opposite the fish stall. They'd make a great pitstop for tourists, just minutes from attractions like the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences and Cambridge Arts Theatre. While locals can always enjoy a meal after bargain hunting in Grand Arcade or a stroll around Christ?s Pieces. Forget boring pre-packed sarnies. Africfood is the epitome of honest street food and perhaps one of the best places to eat in Cambridge for anyone on the go. The team at Africfood may be small, but they are very passionate about sharing authentic Nigerian cuisine and will be happy to answer any questions about the menu or simply have a chat. Following traditional Nigerian restaurants and eateries, Africfood is hearty fare, centring on rich meat stews and rice. Diners can enjoy delicacies like Ayamase goat stew, aromatic jollof rice with tender chicken or the exotic Egusi melon seed stew with goat. Vegetarians will also find dishes to tuck into such as beans and plantains or their bean burger. For the true flavours of Nigerian cooking, nothing in Cambridge comes close to a meal at Africfood. Any occasion will be even more of a treat for tastecard members who can enjoy exclusive restaurant savings when they call to book ahead and present their cards upon arrival. It?s a good chance to treat themselves to another portion of jollof rice, chin chin to snack or a drink.