Tangor Café

Theibbu Jenn - Blanc|White - Senegal's National Dish; there are two other varieties.  This variety is served every Tuesday and another (the red) is served on Fridays.

Theibbu Jenn, Senegal’s National Dish

Tangor Café  is a peaceful place where guests can enjoy outdoor dining under our mango tree on our beautiful plant-filled terrace.  It is a great place to rendezvous with friends, relax, surf the internet, or just watch the world pass by.  Come join us for music, food and beautiful surroundings that feed your @DiasporicSoul

Tangor Café offers lunch, including a Senegalese Plats du Jour and fast food options all day that include hamburgers, American-style fried chicken and Senegalese-style fried chicken (whole or half), chicken, beef and fois sandwiches and fatayas.  Seasonal items include mango chicken burgers (May – September).


Fast Food Menu Items

Poulet Entier au Motier|Whole or Half Chicken marinated in and packed with (literally in pockets cut in the chicken)  spices served with salad and fries. 

Chicken Sandwich (Chaud|Hot) served with the ever-present Senegalese sauce de onion, fries, tomato and lettuce.

Fataya Complete – a meat-filled (beef) pocket of fried dough that is served with an egg, fries and condiments.   Those who enjoy samosas or empanadas will enjoy our fatayas.  You can also make your fataya a deluxe with items like cheese, tomatoes and mushrooms.

Of course, we offer coffee (expresso only) and canned soft drinks as well as bottled water.

Upon special request and for Diasporic Soul program participants, we are also committed to creating vegetarian albeit not necessarily vegan meal options for our guests that reflect the food produced locally in Sebikhotane, where we are located, and Senegal overall.  For example, hummus, veggie burgers using black eyed peas (nebi), soups, salads and other fresh seasonal options.

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