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Teranga Restaurant

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<p>Teranga serves authentic Senegalese cuisine in a serene, earth-toned setting. Striped wood furniture adds an exotic flair, and abstract paintings from the owner's private collection -- all by African artists -- adds a touch of bold color to the walls. Large drum-shaped overhead lampshades complete the modern sophisticated ambiance.</p>
<p>Senegalese fare is intertwined with French and Vietnamese culinary influences, a result of France's colonizing of these two countries. Some of the most unique items on Teranga's menu are its authentic Senegalese juices - the creamy <em>bouye</em>, made from the fruit of the baobab tree; <em>bissap</em>, a very sweet blend of sorrel and hibiscus juices; and ginger which is blended with pineapple and spices. Specialties include <em>Thiebou Djeun</em> (also known as the national dish), a tomato-based herbal whitefish stew with vegetables. The restaurant's international beer and wine list will appeal to many tastes as well.</p> <p>Banquette seating runs along the walls, and the bar seats ten people. Reservations are accepted for parties of six or more.</p>
1746 Washington St, Boston, MA 02118
(617) 266-0003
  • Fax: 617-266-0024
  • Accessibility Details: On first floor, no stairs
  • Hours: Daily, 11am - 11pm
  • Accessible: yes
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