Hidden away in the centre of Montpellier, the African restaurant is only a one minute walk from the station Observatories (Line 3). Yon will have a breathing moment once you enter the restaurant.
The entrance is quite hard to find and it doesn’t have an obvious sign either. Once you enter the restaurant, you will feel like you are in a completely different world. There are dozens of instruments hanging on the wall and all kinds of paintings which were painted by the owner. Furthermore, the tables and chairs are mostly from the flea market so that they are all very unique. On the left side of the front door, there is a small stage with a keyboard, violin, drums and various African instruments where customers are allowed to give them a try. If you’re lucky you will have the chance to see the owner perform. The dishes provided in the restaurant are quite simple. You can just choose the meat you prefer or opt for vegetarian. For the side dish, we recommend their homemade sweet potato fries and Saloum’s special rice. It’s great value for money: you can even share side dishes. One last thing, before leaving, take a look at the corner of the stage: there is an old computer which was made for booking SNCF tickets in the past.