We were waliking on Prince street and got lured into this restaurant by its quaint ambiance. It is very small but cozy with a warm glow radiating from the Belle Epoque style wall sconces. The decor is lovely although a little on the touristy side (did they need a picture of the Eiffel Tower?). We had a large variety of food including the beef couscous, escargot, rabbit mousse, fried calamari, steamed mussels and we found everything to be very good. We found there was definitely a Northern African twist to the dishes. The wine selection was not great but this is a slightly understated place.
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