We went there on a Saturday night, quite late (about 10) and we found a very simple, but cosy restaurant. The waitress is really kind and has a wonderful smile. We had a mix-plate of fish and vegetables that at first didn't look so much for two, but at the end it was more than enough. The food was tasty and rather spicy (there are two options, mild or hot) and we enjoyed a lot eating everything with hands in a relaxed and quiet environment.
We also had mango with yogurts and honey for dessert (it was huge and a little bit too sweet) and the typical coffee.
the total was about 30 euros per person.
I suggest to avoid water (it's too expensive) and try coconut or Palm nut beer.
So, a nice place in order to taste some African food.
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