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.
In this pretty, tree-lined patio-restaurant, lovely Agnes serves portions of Senegalese rice and sauce that are so generous the word generosity itself ought to be redefined.
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.
This laughter-filled greasy spoon is Saint-Louis' best place for grilled fish served Côoe d'Ivoire–style, with athieke (cassava couscous) and aloko (fried plantains).
This humble outdoor eatery is highly recommended. You can come here any time of day for grilled fish, carefully spiced and served with a sea view. The ambience is wonderfully relaxed.
It's proven itself for years, this patio-pretty place on the Ziguinchor roundabout. The kitchen stays open late and there's live music on weekends.