This restaurant is just over the border from Paris 15 into the neighbouring commune. I have been going to the area for the past 30 years and had been to this restaurant several times in the past - though not for several years as there are other good restaurants nearby. On a Saturday evening, the restaurant was fully booked with what looked to be local French residents; at a guess I was the only foreign tourist. I chose the brik (a fried case with egg inside) and the chicken and lamb tagine. Both were delicious. The latter came in its pyramid shape pot, piping hot. I had an algerian red wine which was pretty good. The bill was EUR 45. I thoroughly enjoyed it and intend to try again when I am in the area 2 months from now
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