This restaurant does offer other dishes in the menu, however, I strongly suggest you first try any of the couscous combination plates they offer. It comes with a choice of either a soup or a small salad which is quite nice. The wine list contains a Moroccan wine which is actually quite palatable and not too dear. They do serve cold water and bread and butter before the couscous comes...be careful - the portions are hefty enough to fill you up. They also serve a good mint tea and pour it from nice metal pitchers - it is very sweet unless to ask for very little sugar or none. A good place for a relaxed meal after you have found parking before the show at the big-top of the Festival des arts de Saint-Sauveur, I ate there on seven of the evenings of the festival of 2014. The indoor dining room is dark and could use some refurbishing, but the terrace is pleasant to sit in and the atmosphere is pleasant. The owner is very attentive and helpful, however, the staff is a bit overwhelmed in high season - you better come in at 5 or latest 5:30 pm - - they do not really accept reservations for the terrace in high season. They are so full before the show that you run a risk of not being able to drink your tea calmly.
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