Senegal Restaurants

North and west African flavors merge with Portuguese, French, and many ethnic influences in a place that’s known for having some of western Africa’s finest cuisine. The large Muslim population means there’s hardly any pork here, but seafood, peanuts, lentils, and black-eyed peas are plentiful. Peanut sauce is common with meat and vegetables. Don’t miss the fresh juice drinks made with ginger and hibiscus, effective digestives after the country’s signature sweet, rich desserts like banana soup and couscous pudding.

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  • 1. Lagon 1

    $$ | Seafood

    Local fishermen supply the catch, but diners at this restaurant in the Hotel Le Lagon feel like the anglers, in seating areas that replicate...Read More

  • 2. Mokai Dakar

    $ | International

    Yes, sushi in Dakar. It’s served in a chic, sleek, modern setting, but that’s not the only surprise—a wood-fired oven cooks pizzas at lunchtime...Read More

  • 3. New Africa

    $ | African

    The exterior may not grab you, but take a chance—the North African cuisine shines here in dishes such as monkfish tagine, stuffed crabs, and...Read More

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