The truth is, we almost stood up and walked out of the restaurant the first 15-20 minutes we were there. It didn't seem promising. The waiter was often absent and when he did show up he was a bit off-putting. Fawlty Towers comes to mind. But we noticed that all the other diners seemed to be locals. We figured they knew something. And boy are we glad we stuck it out! The sweet mint tea is delectable. The lamb and prune tagine is out of this world. Someone in the kitchen knows what he's doing as far as Moroccan cooking goes. And very reasonably priced for inside the old city walls of Quebec. We even ended up becoming friends with the somewhat surly waiter. I guess he's the proprietor. Anyone he turns out to be a good guy. NB BYOB.
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