Sierra Leonean food, Guinean style, was the summation of a fellow customer ordering two dishes to go. He was much more expansive than the counterwoman on the breadth of West African cuisine, especially as prepared near the permeable jungle border between Sierra Leone (the country of his birth) and Guinea (hers, reportedly). He also intimated that my cassava-leaf sauce ($10) was enriched, not by palm oil, but by some coconut product. I was unable to verify this, but my tastebuds, tentatively, concurred.
H/T Jared Cohee of Eat the World New York City
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