The restaurant from the street didn't prepare us for the very interesting interior. It felt like we entered another world - Moroccan-influenced decorations, furnishings, and design. There are unique interior dining areas, tables in a small courtyard with trees, and dining areas outside under the eaves, as well.
We had a couple of the couscous dishes. The chicken with 7 vegetables was tasty, as was the vegetarian version. The veggies were well cooked (I like them a little more firm normally) but it was all delicious and we both ate every morsel. The service was quite nice, comfortably relaxed.
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