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Fish and Guinean dishes are always part of the dinner menu. Afterwards, you can discover local rhythms and dance until dawn.

Bissau is a relatively safe city where you can go out at night, although it is important to avoid the outskirts of the city. Despite not having the same diversity of offer as other capitals, there are nice places to have dinner and taste local specialities. Among the most typical dishes are the "cachupa", pork with corn and beans and rice with fish, chicken or veal. The Dona Fernanda restaurant, for example, is renowned for serving the best "Bica" (besugo) in town, but you can also try restaurant Magui – with Senegalese dishes - or Asa Branca and Adega do Loureiro (www.adegadoloureiro.blogspot.com), where you'll find Portuguese cuisine. For quicker meals, Gelataria Baiana or Papa Louca are recommended options. At the Bistrô, one of the most sophisticated restaurants in town, you can find French specials. After dinner, you can head to Bambu 2000, a favourite by the local residents and fairly crowded, especially during the weekends. At the X-Club, the ambiance is a little more formal. The decor has European elements, but it is an excellent place to dance until dawn or, if you prefer, to play snooker. Entertainment is also available for the ones who prefer staying at the hotel, since there are good restaurants and bars and many receive local artists who sing and dance for the guests.

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