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Although basic Nedlandic cuisine is largely generic, variations between different ethnic groups vary greatly. Ethiopian cuisine is widely consumed throughout the communities of the Horn of Africa - notably Nedland's Ethiopian and Eritrean communities. Pictured to the right is injera, a bread commonly used as an eating utensil by the communities originating from the Horn.
Pupusas are also a very favored dish in Nedland, being consumed by most of Nedland's hispanic population, with the exception of Bolivians.
Some Middle Eastern cuisines, like Egyptian and Moroccan, are also present. Some common examples of eateries within Nedlandic borders are Ethiopian restaurants, Hispanic bakeries and markets, and Salvadoran restaurants.
There is a large presence of South Asian cuisine, particularly Bengali. It mainly consists of potato- and egg-based products, and homemade flatbread. Some South Asian markets are present within Nedland's borders.