My husband & I spent a delightful time in Paris in March and thought we would try a different restaurant for a little local color. We arrived at Restaurant Le Tassili somewhat early by Paris standards (6pm) and found it locked. We turned to leave and a gentleman hurried over to unlock the door for us. The restaurant was pleasantly decorated in Egyptian/middle eastern themes with soft music playing. We placed our orders and several other customers soon arrived. We could observe the kitchen from our seats and did not have the impression that anyone there was particulary interested in working that night. Kitchen help and the manager were incessantly on their individual cell phones speaking in what sounded to us like middle eastern dialects and we joked that we had stumbled upon a CIA operation. One family waited nearly 30 minutes and when their orders were still not taken, they left. Food and wine were just "ok". Our carafe of wine did not appear to be the same size as carafes at other establishments for the same money. The food seemed processed, was not particularly hot (in temperature) and did not appear to have been prepared with any particular care. Not terribly expensive but you would be better off spending your money on Rue Cler or at La Terrasse.
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