Across much of Africa, fast food has typically been the mainstay of Western food franchises. Thanks to an enterprising Ivorian, diners in Abidjan can now bypass McDonald’s in favor of Dabali Xpress, a fast food joint offering West African cuisine. On the menu at the outlet, which opened its doors in September 2021, is diverse African cuisine, mostly from various regions of Côte d’Ivoire and more recently from the wider West African area. The meals are also served with local desserts.
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