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African Cuisine in Boston

5/21/2009 12:03:00 AM
Last Monday, my roommate and I were thinking about going to African cuisine restaurant that I'd stumbled upon online. The place is called The African Cuisine and I heard that their curry was amazing. Here's the citysearch (here) description:

Tiny Hyde Park restaurant serves authentic West African fare, from pounded yam with stew to bone-in chicken and fried plantains.

I was basically just in the mood to try something different. I'd been to Addis Red Sea (which is Ethiopian) many years ago but wasn't impressed. I haven't had African food since then and figured it was time to try it again.

Sadly, The African Cuisine isn't open on Mondays, so we were unable to go. It's on the back burner. But then I received a recent email from Thrillist (here) about another African restaurant (this one Senegalese) that opened up recently in the South End called Teranga.

The brainchild of a Senegalese banker turned restaurateur, Teranga (meaning “Hospitality”) dishes traditional French-influenced Senegalese fare.

Teranga's a little bit more T accessible, so hopefully I'll be able to swing by there sometime soon and try it out.



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