The food here is excellent. There is a menu of 4 or 5 couscous dishes and 4 or 5 tajine dishes. We have been 3 times now and never been disappointed by what we have ordered. The Moroccan patisseries for dessert are well-worth a go. The meal is finished with fresh mint tea (poured from a height, just like in Morocco) and your choice of fig or date digestif (you'll certainly notice the colourless one going down, but the darker spirit is sweeter and more palatable).
The restaurant probably seats around 30 people (so book!) and it's just the one guy serving, so you may need to be patient if you arrive at the same time as other tables as he cannot serve everyone at once. He is very friendly and welcoming though, and he speaks English (as well as French, obviously).
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