We went by a couple of times but there were threatening man near the door, so we never felt comfortable going in
The buffet is no longer available. I identified that I had a groupon from the start. They offered me the special for the night and it was fish. I explained that I was allergic and asked for something else. I was offered goat but in the end I received some very dry crunchy lamb that looked as if it had been sitting out for many hours. I felt the restaurant did not want to give us a edible meal because I was not paying them at the time but using groupon. After eating, the waitress had the nerve to bring a bill for everything we consumed. I told her I was not paying for anything. After we waited about 20 minutes, she returned to say "We don't have to pay and we can leave"as if we tried to get over on them. I did not have a good experience at all will not return. Groupon please update your info for this facility it is no longer a buffet.
Food and service on point!
Excellent food and service. I highly recommend this place
Their customer service needs improvement. The potential is there for this to be a nice place.
Very casual place with super friendly staff! We loved the buffet variety and trying the new (to us) cuisine, especially the cassava leaves.
Not good at all , and no food on the the buffet, just few items that looked bad..
From Our Editors
From Gingerade drinks to goat stew to African dances, Buffet D'Afrique gives Texans a taste of Africa that's hard to come by this side of the Atlantic. A buffet introduces taste buds to a slew of new flavors at once, including fufu corn-flour bread, makayabu dry-salted fish, makosso pork feet, and sauce d'arachide au poulet—a chicken gravy made with peanut butter. On two Fridays a month, dancers draped in colorful outfits and hand-drummers from Lanyi African Dance Company stop by the Arlington location to liven up meals.