French news plays on the TV while a constant stream of locals flows through this popular establishment in Little Senegal, collecting food to go. Regulars love the daily fish-and-rice meal known as thiebou diene. Usually lunch fare, it’s sometimes available for dinner if supplies last: You’ll get a pile of rice cooked in a tomato sauce topped with fish balls, vegetables and big chunks of flaky barracuda. Or try the rich yassa ginaar, chicken cooked so long in an intense lemon-and-onion sauce that it’s almost like confit.
|Venue name:||Keur Sokhna|
225 W 116th St
|Cross street:||between Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Blvd (Seventh Ave) and Frederick Douglass Blvd (|
|Opening hours:||Daily 8am–3am|
|Transport:||Subway: B, C to 116th St|
|Price:||Average main course: $8. Cash only|