Chef Mamusu’s makes Saveur’s, The Guide: Where to Eat in Richmond, Virginia

Good press for Mamusu.

This article in Saveur by Laura Sant highlights spots all around the city and even dares to cross the river and enter south side. As the number of restaurants grow in our area I’m expecting that we’ll see a lot more of our local haunts showing up on these types of lists.

A native of Liberia, chef Ida Daniels has been serving her fusion of West African, Caribbean, and Southern soul food out of a small café on Main Street for almost 20 years. She recently opened a second, larger spot on the south side of the city, which has table service and is open for dinner. Dine on sweet cornbread, jollof rice, curry-fried lake trout, greens, and more; wash it all down with sweet, housemade ginger tea.

Chef Mamusu, 3514 Forest Hill Ave

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Richard Hayes

When Richard isn’t rounding up neighborhood news, he’s likely watching soccer or chasing down the latest and greatest craft beer.

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