Badou Senegalese Cuisine is a casual restaurant in Chicago, IL that offers a range of traditional Senegalese meat and vegetarian dishes. The restaurant is named after the owner, Badou, who is originally from Senegal. Badou opened the restaurant in 2023 with the goal of sharing the flavors of his home country with the people of Chicago. The menu at Badou Senegalese Cuisine features dishes such as yassa chicken, mafe, and jollof rice. The yassa chicken is a popular Senegalese dish that is made with chicken marinated in a mustard sauce. The mafe is a peanut stew that is often served with fish or chicken. And the jollof rice is a saffron rice dish that is often served with grilled meats or vegetables. In addition to its delicious food, Badou Senegalese Cuisine also offers a warm and inviting atmosphere. The restaurant is decorated with traditional Senegalese artwork and music. The staff is friendly and attentive, and they are always happy to help guests learn more about Senegalese food
1947 W Howard St
Chicago, IL