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Sahara Oasis Restaurant specializes in international cuisine, mainly African, and catering services. You’ll find a wide variety of entrees and side orders. They offer feast on such delicacies as banku and tilapia, fufu and pa palmnut soup, goat stew with rice, oasis fisherman’s stew, Sahara chicken, and New York sirloin steak. A variety of juices, beer, soda, and liqueurs for you to drink are served.

Location: 3010 Hamilton Street, Hyattsville Maryland 20782 Telephone 301-853-1280 Fax 301-853-1244

Other Restaurants, Cafes, Delis, Bakeries nearby:
(Washington) 1789 Restaurant
(Rockville) A and J Restaurant
(Prince Frederick) Adam's The Place for Ribs
(Washington) Alero Restaurant
(Laurel) Asahi Japanese Restaurant
(Sterling) Basin Street Restaurant

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