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Been to Chez Zola after looking for Kuskus around the hotel we were staying. Booked on the last minute and the lady we talked to was flexible and kind. I have to say that out of all the North African restaurants I've tried - this...More
My daughter and I enjoyed an excellent lunch at this small, friendly and unpretentious restaurant. My daughters is vegetarian and the couscous including the separate sauce, was excellent. Service was excellent from the owner who speaks french, German and English. Lunch specials available on the...More
you're looking for a warm and homy place who serves delicious, tasty, healthy food? Not too expansive? Go to Zola's. A unique place in Berlin. Makes you feel among friends, with good wine and delicious, mediterranean food.
they serve mainly lunches and brunches. Dinner only...More
If you like good food, home made but with a tasty full of spices, then chez zola is the place for you. From the atmosphere to the warm smile of Zola and her team, to the delicious food, there is nothing more than perfect about...More
Fresh, tasty, beautiful and so delicious dishes!
Honestly best Tajines and Couscous I have ever eaten!
Real coffee (!), authentic 'thé à la menthe'...
Very warm place and great (!!!) owner.
Chez Zola is THE mediterranean break I will taste again next time in Berlin!!!...More
I discovered this place through a friend's recommendation and never looked back. being myself of North-african descend, I always struggle to find authentic food that tastes like my grandma used to make. No more!! I've been a regular ever since my first try. Zola is...More
I went to Zola's lovely restaurant during a short stay in Berlin. I loved every aspect of it: the food is delicious, the atmosphere is extremely friendly and the choice of furniture and design is spot on. I strongly recommend the "soupe blanch" or white...More
I have been a few times to Zola and each time, I am amazed by the quality of the food. Very authentic from Algeria with a nice touch of France for the deserts!
Date of visit: March 2016
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