The area is busy with tourists so we expected to pay a little more and we did! There was an unexpected 12-15% tip added onto our bill without any warning on the menu. We were asked if we would like a rice/couscous accompaniment after receiving our tagine meals, without any indication that this was an extra chargeable side dish. (We are unfamiliar with Lebanese/ Morrocan meals and thought it was included.) So it turned out to be more expensive than we anticipated but overlooking that, we were pleased with: 1] nice atmosphere to dine in (amateurish paintings though) or outside, with attentive service by the waitresses, esp. to our little girl; 2] an extraordinary tasty green apple juice, with a bit of foam at the top--was it freshly pressed?! 3] a remarkable seafood tagine with huge chunks of scallops and large mussels. Yum! We easily found seating at 6pm on a week night but tables filled up by 7:30 pm.
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