Home About Us Services Contact Us

Baisels: west 26th street

Riviera Beach, FL , 33404

       Baisel’s African Restaurant

Tel: 561-618-6663

Fax:

 Email: baiselsafricanrest@gmail.com

Www.baisels.com

Manufacturing is not always a love or desire.But life skills. Cooking is passion love and a desire,that is what we have here. having you as our customer and a quest is so special and we can’t wait to put a big smile on your face.   

African women cooked without a any cooking book, because from generations women are thought how to cook without one. An African woman knows her ingredients for every meal which she wants to prepare. In the rural areas, it is very common to see women slicing onions in their bare palm, without a cut, a skill many dare to try. (I don't think they would be interested if given a cutting board).

On a Stick  kibab


In eget sapien vitae est a massa rhoncus lacinia. Nullam at leo nec metus aliquam an semper. Phasellus tincidunt, ante an nec lacinia ultrices, quam mi dictum libero, vitae bibendum turpis elit ut lectus. Sed diam ante, lobortis sed, dignissim sit est an amet.




Ghana Made seasoned

Hot  Source

 Shito is used to spice up and flavor dishes including soups, stews, salads & salsa. It can also be used as a condiment to rice, potatoes, noodles, pizza, yams, meatballs, chicken, steak, barbecue, fish, seafood, kenkey, fufu & gari.  Spice up all your African, American, Soul Food, Chinese, Indian, Mexican & Thai dishes. Anything of your choice. Great for marinating & sautéing. Available in mild and hot.



Have it hot or Marl

“Have a feel of real African dishes and it’s  Uniqueness.”
Story behind a Ghanaian Women  And Cooking Food Is Ready…


A Disgraced woman who doesn't know how to cook, story spreads quickly like a bush fire, affecting both her mother and father, because they lacked the knowledge to give their daughter a good training .Interestingly, African women cook without cook book, because from generations women are thought how to cook without one. An African woman knows her ingredients for every meal which she wants to prepare. In the rural areas, it is very common to see women slicing onions in their bare palm, without a cut, a skill many dare to try.

Before getting married, one of the roles of young girls in African tradition is to learn how to cook. Starting at a very young age, mothers teach and prepare girls to be suitable partners in marriage. A woman who doesn't know how to cook must realize that she is heading for trouble if she marries, because in African tradition, a woman who can't cook is considered a worthless fellow.