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Locals come to Le Patio to enjoy the fine dining, sip tasty cocktails, and socialise. This is a classy place, as made evident by the lighting, decor, cuisine, and prices. At night, it turns into a lively nightclub where partygoers dance until early morning.
Like its population, Senegal's cuisine draws from North African, French, and Portuguese influences, all of which are mixed with local ingredients and the gastronomic traditions of the country's diverse ethnic groups. Fish is an important part of the food here, as are lamb, peas, peanuts, couscous, and lentils. Also, be sure to try some of the delicious juices made with fresh fruit like mango and soursop.