An Evening at the Teranga Restaurant

November 28, 2009

On October 30, after the lecture Sabar as a Living and Modern Art by Kapono Ciotti (soon to be posted) we all went to dinner at the Teranga, the Senegalese Restaurant on Washington Street in Boston’s South End.  The restaurant, owned and operated y Marie-Claude Mendy, is an excellent place to have a taste of Senegal –  from the yassa poulet and the lamb shanks to the grilled fish and soupa kanja.  And for our group who were all familiar with Senegalese cuisine, it was a perfect way to top off an excellent presentation on Senegal’s sabar tradition.

Kapono and wife Ndeye Ngom Faye at the Teranga.

Kapono and wife Ndeye Ngom Faye at the Teranga.

Sipho Bellinger and Moustapha Faye at the Teranga.

Sipho Bellinger and Moustapha Faye at the Teranga.

Moustapha Faye and Malick Ngom at the Teranga.

Moustapha Faye and Malick Ngom at the Teranga.

Ndeye Ngom Faye and Zapo Babilée at the Teranga.

Ndeye Ngom Faye and Zapo at the Teranga.

Kapono at the Teranga.

Kapono at the Teranga.

At the Teranga.

At the Teranga.

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