Richmond >Food & Dining > Ma Musus West African Cuisine
2043 W Broad St, Richmond, VA | Directions 2322037.557556 -77.462188
Sat 6pm-11pm. Closed Sun and Mon
Neighborhoods: The Fan, Fan - Oregon Hill - Carver
" The Bread Pudding is to die For " – Very Friendly atmosphere, beautifully decorated with a classy decor, Has lively soft music playing African (usually jazz) most days. Located in heart of Richmond historical district , near two major universities. Prices are reasonably moderate. Portion sizes quite adequate. You will feel like family as soon as you walk in to the door , the owners and staff will make you feel so good , Believe this you will be return
Save me Some of the Bread Pudding Please!
love that ginger root tea – This small restaurant serves up some great food. I have only been disappointed once when I asked to add some spice to my fish. I was given a peppery paste (i figured it would be really hot) that I stuck my fork in and lightly rubbed over my fish. Can u say 4 alarm blaze???!!! I'm not sure what kind of peppers they were ..maybe scotch bonnets (definitely hotter than jalepenos). It was so bad I couldn't eat the rest of my food. But that was my fault for asking for some spice. Other than that ..the food was great. They have a good day variety on the buffet with vegetables, curry/jerk chicken, plaintains, corn bread, ox tails....all yummy. I don't like the fact that you pay by weight of the food...but that does help your eyes from getting bigger than your stomach and your pocket.
Spicy stews soak up the ethnic ambiance at this West African eatery. – The Scene
Plantains serve as deal makers and breakers at Richmond's first West African restaurant--they're a unique twist to the city's typical lunchtime fare. A colorful Liberian wall mural, African printed fabrics, candles and bits of sculpture set the mood for casual dining. Hit the restaurant at night for once-a-month live music. One caveat: understaffing presents a problem.
Owner/chef Ida Daniels brings a rich cultural cooking heritage from her native Liberia. Vegetable gumbo, jerk salmon cakes or chicken, smoked turkey, spicy collards, Africque kebobs, jollof rice, fried plantains, cornbread and numerous spicy stews pack a culinary wallop. Get the singular dessert to go: a foil wrapped packet of moist bread pudding with tart lemon sauce.
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