Great home cooking, Southern style, but meatless! I had the lunch plate, which was BBQ "chicken" (a soy/wheat product) which came with brown rice and a choice of 2 sides. I chose kale and blackeyed peas (and also snitched a seasoned potato off my lunchmate's plate). Everything was very well-flavored. Even our "meat 'n potatoes" colleague was happy with his food.
I agree that the decor can be described as African -- lots of cool masks and other artworks. Looks like they have live music there in the evenings.
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