Chez Clo Clo

Chez Clo Clo

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Corner of Gamel Abdoul Nassar and Rue 1. 082, Bangui Central African Republic+236 70 55 19 61+ Add website+ Add hoursImprove this listing
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Tirana216 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2021 none
Entering the restaurant, one does not immediately know what to expect, but the welcome is very warm. It seems that the group of women working here really enjoy their jobs and treat all guests in a way that spreads the joy. The food is very good. Both my friend and I had chicken - not from the freezer - and it was perfectly cooked on the grill. It was served with Ivorian attiéké, a specialty made from fermented cassava. There was also a tasty salad and two sauces meant to be condiments. The restaurant makes its own juice, according to what is available each day. When I visited, the choices were sorrel and ginger - and both were delicious (though ginger juice may be an acquired taste for Europeans and North Americans). The prices are an excellent bargain. The restaurant is a bit difficult to find and there is very little signage. It is located on the same street as the entrance to the Institut Pasteur - going toward the Cathedral.
Written 28 August 2021
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BuskyBusk
Bangui319 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2019 business
Outstanding Ivoirien food. Get your braisé on here with attieke and alloco. Better than the Allocodrome in Paris.
Written 27 May 2019
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Caldas da Rainha655 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2023 friends
It is a typically African restaurant, simple and even kosher. The atmosphere is very pleasant, the dishes are well served and it is Ivory Coast cuisine. To accompany you have local ginger, bissap and tamarind juices. Be careful with the small amount of sauce because it can be really spicy. Tasty “homemade” dishes and not expensive at all. A typical African restaurant with homemade food, from Ivory Coast. The space is very pleasant, and the food is very tasty. Be careful with the sauce, it can be very spicy. You can join your meal with typical local juice of ginger, roselle and Tamarind. African restaurant with typical dishes from Ivory Coast (Costa do Marfim). Restaurante simples e um pouco escondido, no entanto com pratos caseiros saborosos. We can accompany local sumos of gengibre, hibiscus or tamarim. Savory and economical.
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Written 30 December 2023
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