Based on the great reviews on Trip Advisor, we tried this Moroccan restaurant and were not disappointed! The restaurant is located on a quiet side street, has a small number of tables and is very quaint. The owner, Riahi Noureddine, greeted us and served us. Conversation switched back and forth between French and English and we learned about his life and how he came to set up his restaurant. We all ordered couscous, and it was very authentic. We were served homemade harissa (my husband's favourite!), and, as a special treat, also given olives and dates from Morocco. We really enjoyed our meal, and the time spent chatting with the owner. We loved that it was off the beaten path, and were especially thrilled to finally find a great couscous in this part of the world!
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