My husband and I walked in late night for dinner. Even though it was late night the place was still two hours from closing. We had a waitress who did not greet us when we walked in even there there was only one table with people at us. No smiles for us. Just made me feel a little bad. The food was good Senegalese. My favorite part about being there though was the people at the other tables. Dressed in gorgeous African outfits, laughing, having a great tinme, talking in English, then another language (Senegalese?) I was trying not to stare because they were so beautiful and having such a good time I wanted to be a part of it too. We ordered the chicken and rice and onions and it was pretty sour, but tasty. The cooks and busboys were very friendly!
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