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Is this place then halal? I have always wanted to try Spanish food but it was always so pork heavy. Thanks.


Dave Cook

Keur Coumba itself is not halal, said the manager, in reply to my first question about the combo of Senegalese and Dominican. Out of respect for their West African customers, however, they don't serve pork.

In New York, this isn't the first restaurant I've run into that abstains from the use of pork yet doesn't hold halal certification. Whether there's a waiting period involved, as for various city or state licenses, or whether this is an appeal to less-strictly-observant customers, I couldn't say. You may need to inquire in person.


wow , look delicious,will try it soon.


the most beautiful taste i never had in mine tire life so good it turn mine brain around o.m.g hmmmm so good gmmm

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