Senegalese cuisine weaves native traditions with historical influences from North Africa, Portugal and the bygone French empire. This serene, brick-lined South End bistro takes advantage of that diversity with dishes like French-Vietnamese-influenced spring rolls and salads to complement traditional West African fritters and turnovers as well as stews, grills and roasts of fish, lamb and chicken. The result is a leisurely paced godsend for underserved fans of African cuisines of any kind in Boston, and a gentle, delicious intro to newcomers.
- 1336 Blue Hill Ave., Boston
- (617) 296-0011