Dakar's best fish restaurant serves you absolutely fresh treats, such as amberjack and dolphinfish, that you'll find hardly anywhere else in the city.
Waltz through Le Cozy's heavy wooden doors and you're instantly swept off the market streets into a temple of refined cuisine. Presentation and service are as perfect as the swanky restaurant and bar spaces and in …
Dakar's classic fast-food haunt keeps turning thanks to the undying love of the Senegalese. Serves the whole fast-food range: kebabs, shwarmas and other quick snacks.
A restaurant like a bus stop, this always overflowing place serves up huge Senegalese and Cape Verdean plates to its loyal followers – note that it gets rammed at lunch.
It's all about tasteful African chic in this mud-red painted, patio-adorned restaurant with an airy feel and an open kitchen, so you can watch the chefs prepare a refined mix of international flavours.
This small eatery sells filling and seriously scrumptious local dishes for reasonable prices. Its thiebouthienne (rice cooked in a thick tomato sauce and served with fried fish and vegetables) is divine.
Behind Pl de l'Indépendance, this humble eatery is the whispered insider-tip for anyone in search of a filling platter of thiéboudienne.
Squeezed between grey inner-city walls, this little oasis serves the best Lebanese meze in town plus quality grilled meat and fish.
At this quirky, seashell-adorned place, waves lap at your feet while you enjoy a perfectly grilled fish.
In the cool shade of the Institut Français' garden, this colourful arts cafe is perfect for a break from the city. Little touches, like the drizzle of honey on the chicken, make all the difference.