Nice restaurant and the food was great - the lamb was amazing... Nice staff and the food came in no time
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My family wanted to get at least one North African meal during our week in Paris and stumbled onto this place about 15 minutes before it officially opened for dinner at 7, however, as the doors were open the owner seated us, served us drinks...More
When I say tiny, I mean TINY! And what a shame it's not a bit larger so more diners could enjoy this yummy Moroccan/Berber restaurant. Dining with friends we ate a mixture of tagines and couscous dishes. We all chose a Burek (brick) as an...More
We had mixed starters appetizer (the tuna salad on the plate was a letdown, but the rest was good), the Couscous was good too. Best Thing was the dessert as they serve the delicious pastry from "La bague de Kenza" (the Couscous i make at...More
When in Paris and in the mood for some delicious couscous or tajine, this is your place. By entering you get a warm welcome from the always smiling waiters. Book ahead, because this place is always packed. For a cosy night, get a table in...More
We arrived with our pram which can sometimes be a problem in Paris but the restaurant was very accommodating and we had a great table upstairs. Service was friendly, lots of different options for couscous and tagines. Food was fresh and tasty. A little more...More
One of my favorite cous cous places in Paris, (and I have been to many..) Owned and operated by 2 charming brothers. Highly recommended! .And perfectly situated across the street form Alimentation Generale for some after dinner music.
Excellent food! i had the couscous au merguez but my friend had the tagine which i still want - the vegetables were fresh and delicious! The orange with cinnamon for dessert is very refreshing and at lunchtime, it's a better deal to get the "menu"...More
This restaurant was a short walk from our hotel on a day we had already wandered so far our feet hurt. The place is very simple, smelled fabulous, and was lively. The service was fast and friendly, the portions more than generous and the food...More
A small place, cute decoration. The cous cous was nothing much, which was dissopointing. The pastilla was great n so was the pastries. The service is good and you could see the lady cooking. All in all I would not make a 2nd visit.