The front porch of this rundown shack-looking restaurant is crowded with locals keeping dry in the rainy season and arguing at high volumes. But wading through the chaos, the inside is cosy, to put it comfortably. Another way to say it would be "tiny," as the restaurant has just three tables. But we grabbed the end of the table of another diner, and ordered snapper with plantain. The first thing they brought us was puzzling - a fork, a knife and a lemon. But soon after the snapper arrived in big plate style. The fish was some of the best I've had in west Africa - fresh, tasty, cooked just enough, with optional condiments from fiery peppers to sweet tomato. A plate with a cold beer was just 40,000 Leones, less than $10 USD. Definitely a great find.
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