Take Cote d'Ivoire's best maquis dishes, ask top chefs to prepare them and add fine, innovative touches: that's Aboussouan. Foodie heaven, and there's an excellent wine list too.
Brochettes (kebabs), beer and beats: this fantastic outdoor spot, with dozens of vendors grilling meats, sizzles until late.
A huge colonial building with a wide-ranging African menu featuring escargot, sauce feuille (manioc leaf sauce with beef tail, fish and crab) and other dishes not often found in sit-down restaurants.
Tucked away in Blockosso, this enchanting local spot offers good, basic fare. Make a beeline for one of the outdoor tables on the edge of the lagoon – they offer a breathtaking panorama of the Abidjan skyline.