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Cuisine: Giant Strides For The African Brand in the U.S

April 21, 2014

images (3)Restaurant owners put in a lot of hard work to keep clients happy as the African food brand grows in stature. It is such hard work and business acumen that has help Meskerem restaurant to stand tall after 29 years in business. Americans like Roberta Bryer King ,Christopher Brown and Nicole Glover share their take on African cuisine in the Washington DC Metro area. Desmond Amingwa makes some criticisms of services while Mamo Tiruzer talks about her clientele.   In business for 29 years, Mohaba Mohaba owner of Meskerem Restaurant in Washington DC sheds light on what makes his spot tick . https://soundcloud.com/multimedia-podcast/vn520161-mohaba-mohaba-2   Roberta Bryer King in the company of her three kids at Meskerem Restaurant share their love for Ethiopian food and efforts to get more Americans to get a taste of Ethiopian cuisine. https://soundcloud.com/multimedia-podcast/vn520162-roberta-bryer-king-1   At Dukem Restaurant  in Washington DC,Christopher Brown shares his take on Ethiopian Restaurants https://soundcloud.com/multimedia-podcast/vn520148-interview     Introduced to it by Nigerian friends,Nicole Glover shares her fondness for West African food at Kitchen Near You in Hyattsville. https://soundcloud.com/multimedia-podcast/vn520149-interview-nicole-1     Desmond Amingwa reconnects with his roots through African food with a critique of some lapses that he sees in African restaurant services. https://soundcloud.com/multimedia-podcast/vn520154-desmond-amingwa-1   Mamo Tiruzer on the clientele she serves at Abol Ethiopian Cuisine in Silver Spring,MD. https://soundcloud.com/multimedia-podcast/tiruzer-mamo-interview-abol  ]]>

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