Not really 'African' food but Algerian-Tunisian cuisine.
We have arrived on a weekend close to 4pm, which is their closing time, so we had to order fast. The place is relatively small and I guess that when it is full it is kind of hard to maneuver around the place. We had an Open-face tuna Sandwiches which was very good (lots of vegetables and not too spicy), and the Melkha (stuffed eggplant with feta cheese, cured black olives, scallions, parsley, spinach, gruyere cheese & lemon juice served on a bed of couscous) which was amazing. My wife ordered their sweet hot tea which was delicious. Service was OK. Could not see any restrooms (the place is very small) but maybe they are outside somewhere.