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Chef Abdoul Gueye, who owns this restaurant with his wife, Cassandra, has been serving up West African–fusion cuisine with French-style heavy sauces at this small neighborhood bistro since 2005. Gueye, a Senegal native, is well-known for his distinctive burgers and “Senegalese fried chicken,” according to manager Nucomme.

“People name their children after [the fried chicken],” declared Nucomme, describing it as “a breast that is pan-seared, served with sauteed vegetables of the day, yummy jasmine rice cake — made with fresh coconut milk, pineapple and a hint of nutmeg — and topped with Dijonnaise sauce and Senegalese salsa.”

Hours: Dinner, Wednesday through Sunday; brunch, weekends noon–3:30 pm. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays.

Where: 154 Carlton Avenue, Brooklyn N.Y.11205
Tel: 347.384.2972
How much: Entrees: $10–$27.
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Updated Feb. 13, 2012
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