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The vibrant tastes and textures of West Africa are served up in a friendly and welcoming (if bare-bones) Senegalese eatery tucked away in Oakland’s Koreatown. Although the salty, smoky flavors of the palm oil-based stews and sauces may be overly intense for the uninitiated, the meat-filled pastries and the grilled fish, chicken, and lamb dressed with lemony, slow-roasted onions are accessibly delectable. House-made beverages of ginger, hibiscus, and mango are absolutely refreshing; get the teranga (sweetened yogurt with fresh fruit) for dessert.

Hours: Tue.-Thu. noon-9 p.m., Fri.-Sun. noon-10 p.m.


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Price: $$

Payment Type: Cash only

ParkingChoice: Meters, Street

ReservationsChoice: Accepted

Attire: casual

Entertainment: on occasion


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