I went there in 1993 and I think 2001. It is a Ouaga institution that has survived several Presidents and military coups, grinding poverty outside its doors, and at least two major famines (I was not there during those). I recall great food and ambience. Everybody braced themselves for les soeurs singing their catholic refrain in the middle of the evening but it was enjoyable.
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