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Keur N'Deye

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737 Fulton St (at South Portland Avenue and South Elliot Street)
Brooklyn, NY 11216
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(718) 875-4937
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Best

My family and I have been eating at this place for about 15 years or so. I always get the Yassa Guinaar with extra sause over couscous. It's the best. Now it's even better because...

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All reviews seem positive

I travel all the way from the Bronx just to eat here. 6/13/2007

My family and I have been eating at this place for about 15 years or so. I always get the Yassa Guinaar with extra sause over couscous. It's the best. Now it's even better because of the remodel. So now the place is just as great as the food. Cons: Well I live in the Bx so for me it's kinda far, but worth it more

best quality price 4/8/2007

We went on Valentine's day and had a great time. The menu was wonderfully eclectic. In fact we took advantage of the V-day tasting menu that offered 5 courses. The wait staff was really friendly, answering all our questions about the things on the menu we'd never heard of. The prices were great, especially for the quality and quantity of food. Besides food quality, the best reason to go to Kush is to experience their menu. It's hard to really classify what the cuisine is but it seems to be a mix of African, French, Middle Eastern and a handful of other cuisines. Pros: Ambiance Cons: None more

Senegal Brooklyn Style... 12/20/2006

For more than a decade I've enjoyed this little spot without pretention. The somewhat recent makeover (especially the bathroom-seriously) is refreshing. It's a great way to enjoy authentic West African food in the Brooklyn Chic of Fort Greene. Pros: Good Food (and really cool bathroom) Cons: Limited Menu more

Good, simple Senegalese food in Fort Green 8/27/2006

Keur N'Deye is a small restaurant serving simple. delicious and authentic West African (Senegalese) food for reasonable prices in the Fort Green area of Brooklyn. Try the mafe' (a peanut stew) with vegetables or blue fish. It's habit-forming. So are the light, crunchy fish fritters. All dishes come with either couscous or brown rice. The decor is simple and the service is relaxed. You don't have to feel wierd dining alone here, but it's nice enough for a casual dinner-date. A must-try in Brooklyn. Pros: Good food, low prices, nice owners Cons: Small, kitchen can get backed up when crowded more
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  • Fort Greene diners dig into traditional Senagalese dishes like tiebou dieum, fish and vegetables in tomato sauce.

  • 7/29/2007 Provided by Citysearch

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    Fort Greene

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