African food is new to us, but we gave this place a try and left happy. We ordered two dishes, both stews (goat and chicken) with different sides. the plaintains were good, only a bit different from the plaintains we normally eat in Salvadoran restaurants. The other stew had came with banku, a fermented corn dough. It was useful with the stew to sop up the sauce. We can't say that the food was authentic, only that it was tasty. Our waiter, unsure whether we really wanted spice, brought a bowl of something dark and unidentifiable for us to add. It had flavor and some heat, a good combination. We were comfortable in the restaurant, and we plan to return.