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Afrikando Banadir Now Open

When Afrikando Afrikando shuttered in December 2010, fans of the Senegalese restaurant were sad indeed. The Stranger reports that Jacques Saar has resurrected his restaurant as Afrikando Banadir in Columbia City. The name of Saar's new place pays homage to Banadir, a Somali restaurant that formerly occupied the space. Saar will serve up both West and East African food. Of course, the national Senegalese dish thiebou djeun, graces the menu(as it has at Saar's other Afrikando restaurants). Intriguingly, Afrikando Banadir plans to serve a daily breakfast from 6 to 10 am.

· The Return of Afrikando Afrikando! [The Stranger]
· All Opening Alert Coverage on Eater Seattle [-ESEA-]
[Photo: The Stranger]

Afrikando Banadir

5212 Rainier Ave S., Seattle, WA

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