This is the best Senegalese food I ate out of Senegal . The owner is lovely The restaurant is so cozy and clean and the atmosphere is friendly I felt at home with a good plate of Thiebou Dieun and homemade tea " ataya"very yummy
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i can't taste how "organic" is the burger but they're definitely yummy, especially the one with burrata and cime di rapa, mind blowing. The quantity is huge, the appetizer gifted to us everytime was very tasty, especially the sweet potato with cheese.
This is a crowded small restaurant. When we walked in there was only one table not reserved. Barebones menu. Halal restaurant. Senegalese cooking style. Outstanding beef curry. Some of the best I have had in a long time. Nice change from pasta and pizza. Worth...More
For someone who never tried African food in her life I must say I didn't find this bad. However not eating meat I could only try one dish with vegetables and fish. I would recommend it, but I wouldn't go there again for a few...More
If you wish to try original homemade Senegalese food that's the place in Milan. Great Tchou Curry (add a little hot spice pls) and best drinks as Baobab juice, karma de and Ginger. Prices are very fair. Owner very courteous. The restaurant is the centre...More
If you are looking for some authentic Senegalese food, here in Milan, then Ristorante Baobab is the place to go !! Good menu - lots of dishes to choose from, with the base being primarily rice / couscous, meat + vegetables. Lots of spices too...More
We found both the host and other patrons very friendly, with a balance of Italians and Africans, including some mixed parties. Baobab and hibiscus infusion cold drinks were very good. Stewed meats - we had chicken and beef - with rice and sauces were OK...More
It is a small place, short menu, but little interesting dishes and juices to try. The problem is that not all dishes were available and because we wanted something vegetarian we didn't have choice. We got some stowed vegetables with white rise.