Contact the businesses featured in the African episode of Food Safari.
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8 May 2013 - 1:03 PM  UPDATED 6 May 2015 - 11:08 AM

Essential ingredients segment – Part 1
Karim Degal’s family owns and runs the Mesnoy Injera Bakery and small grocery store in Melbourne’s Footscray. He is a passionate advocate of the food and produce of his Ethiopian heritage.

Mesnoy Injera Bakery Shop
77 Irving Street
Footscray, Vic

Essential ingredients segment – Part 2
Kunle Adesua is the owner/operator of “Tribal Tastes” at the Queen Vic Markets in Melbourne. His encyclopedic knowledge of African ingredients is due to a love of food and produce from his homeland.

Tribal Tastes – A Feast from Africa
Shop 83, Deli Hall
Queen Victoria Market
(03) 9329 7097
www.tribaltastes.com.au

Surur African Variety Shop
2 Ian Street
Noble Park, Vic
(03) 9546 8391

Starch porridge segment (Fufu / Ugali / Sadza / Mealie-Meal)
Hudu Al Hassan owns and runs the “African Feeling” restaurant in Sydney. Kunle Adesua is the proprietor of Tribal Tastes in Melbourne’s Queen Vic Markets.

Segment filmed at:
African Feeling
501 King Street
Newtown NSW
www.africanfeeling.com.au

Tribal Tastes – A Feast from Africa
Shop 83, Deli Hall
Queen Victoria Market
(03) 9329 7097
www.tribaltastes.com.au

Akara and Kosayi segment
Bathie Dia is a chef who learnt the art of cooking from his grandmother who ran a restaurant and shared with Bathie many of her trade secrets. In Australia, Bathie runs an online shop called Shield and Spear www.shieldandspear.com.au which specializes in products from West Africa.

Injera segment
Meftuha is the co-owner / operator of Mesnoy Injera Bakery in Melbourne’s Footscray.

Segment filmed at:
Mesnoy Injera Bakery
77 Irving Street
Footscray, Vic
Ph: (03) 9687 8855

Kulwha segment

Rahel Ogbaghiorghis co-owns and manages “The Abyssinian” in Melbourne.

Jollof rice segment

Kunle Adesua is the owner/operator of “Tribal Tastes” at the Queen Victoria Markets in Melbourne. His encyclopedic knowledge of African ingredients is due to a love of food and produce from his homeland.

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Karim Degal’s family owns and runs the Mesnoy Injera Bakery in Melbourne. He is a great ambassador for the food of his heritage.

Coffee ceremony segment
Ruta Ukbagerish is the owner/operator of the Mama Rosina Ethiopian Bakery (253A Barkly Street in Footscray) in Melbourne.

Segment filmed at:
The Abyssinian
Ethiopian and Eritrean Restaurant
277 Racecourse Road, Kensington, Vic
(03) 9376 8754