This is sort of a low key African diner type spot. The various fish preparations are quite nice. The fish is generally moist and accompanied by assorted starches and pickled onions and vegetables. The grilled chicken was remarkably tasty and moist. The lunch menu is mainly West African, oriented towards Senegalese cuisine, whereas dinner migrates toward French offerings. But be warned that the menu has items that are only available on certian days or the weekends. No alcohol served, but you can BYOB, and you get a paper coffee cup. Ah one great thing here is the house made pepper sauce. It makes everything taste better.
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