This place has been humming along for 20+ years, for a good reason: they offer a fun and delicious entree into African cuisine and culture, in a way that's friendly to large groups. I was among a group of about 20, mostly college-age women, and it was a big hit. The family-style servings of so many dishes (from all over Africa) made it easy to try a bit of this and that (or, in my case, a bit of everything). The musicians were a lot of fun, coming by our room for about 15 minutes of dedicated singing and drumming that added a ton of energy and smiles. They also had face painters come by to paint delicate flower patterns on the faces of women who were receptive to it. And a very nice (if high priced) gift shop downstairs had many different offerings for a small space. The hostess and wait staff were lovely and super friendly. My only complaint was that the gift store refused to let one woman in our group return a bracelet 1 hour after buying it, when she realized she had made a mistake and mis-calculated the exchange rate, making it much more expensive than she wanted to spend.
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