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.
Good Senegalese meals and standard international cuisine (think chicken and chips).
There is a small superette as well as a good patisserie opposite the restaurant Le Mansah.
This is really a dibiterie (grilled-meat place) rather than a bar, but as any dibiterie worth its meat, it's also the terminus, the final stop after a night out dancing.
Central Ziguinchor, with its colourful colonial buildings and wide streets overlooked by mighty trees, is well worth exploring for an afternoon. Interesting buildings include the central post office on Rue du Généra…
There is a small superette, as well as a good patisserie opposite the restaurant Le Mansah.
This is easily Ziguinchor's most stunning building, a giant case à impluvium (large, round traditional house), decorated with blindingly busy South African Ndebele and Casamance patterns. Inside there are exhibition…
Has the most raucous party.
Under new ownership, this place had turned itself into Ziguinchor's most fashionable dance floor when we visited, with salsa on Fridays and a global punch of hip-hop, R&B, mbalax (a mixture of Cuban beats and tr…