This restaurant is a little out of the way if you are not familiar with Paris. The best way to get there is on the tram as there is no metro close by, but without a doubt the trek was worth it. The staff were very friendly and obliging, recommending dishes, pouring tea with panache and generally making sure we were comfortable. Then the food came. Firstly the aperitifs are just amazing. I don't know how they do that to carrots but I've never had anything like them before. If I wasn't with friends I might have eaten the bowl. Then there is the tagine. I had the lamb with prune and is was simply heavenly. The meat just melted, and the mingling of fruits and spice was absolutely fabulous. Finally dessert. I love Moroccan flavours especially orange flower. Sadly the profiteroles with orange flower cream weren't available, so I had the oranger flower ice cream, which was sublime. From time to time the staff also come round with a small glass of fig liqueur which has a kick and is a lovely way to finish your evening. I will definitely be going back again.
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