A diner-feeling restaurant that makes for a nice place to hang out with friends. TV on the wall. Food is good, prices reasonable.
Chez Simon is in Ouaga for a long time. You get tasty food that is well prepared (no risk of health issues at least for me) and if you are European of course prices are acceptable. The restaurant relies on its location close to clubs and bar with a lot of western folks which explains that they can ask 3000-5000... More
Chez Simon is on one the main streets in Ouagadougou. It was very easy to get to and the food was very good. I would go back anytime.
This clean Lebanese-owned restaurant has indoor and outdoor seating and a wide range of selections, from Lebanese specialties, to sandwiches and burgers, salads, pasta and pizza. The chiche, taouk, falafel and BBQ burgers are favorites, as are the pastries and desserts. Carry-out available as well. Al fresco dining recommending in the evening although the street vendors can be annoying.
I ate here several times during my stay in Ouagadougou. It's very clean with satellite TV. Staff are very helpful and efficient. All the food I had was great. I had sandwiches, pizzas, burgers all really tasty. Has a great atmosphere in the evening, a safe option for a meal and they do take-out.
The place to eat up your greens, even if your doctor told you not to! And finish off with a couple of cookies and one of the best expressos in town.
it seems like you can't go wrong here. the menu is large and varied, from Lebanese mezze to burgers to omelettes to pasta, but they've always had whatever it was i wanted. i think the prices are extremely reasonable, given the portion sizes and the quality of the food. lunch in the air conditioned dining room, but for dinner, take... More
Chez Simon is a cheaper (for someone on a foreigner budget) Lebanese restaurant and pastry shop right downtown. It is located less than a block from the Splendide Hotel (turn right on the main road when you go out the door and walk 50m; turn left the same distance and go across the street from the Yibi). At noon, you... More
Tucked into a strip of shops along Avenue Kwame N'Krumah, Chez Simon is a refreshing stopover for brunch, lunch or dinner. It's clean, it's cool, the food is fresh, the coffee strong, the service prompt. We dipped in for omelettes, fresh squeezed juice and pancakes - the latter dripping in honey and bananas - and we were impressed enough to... More
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