I ate twice at this little restaurant as it was around the corner from where I was staying. Food was authentic and delicious and very reasonably priced. Great value! The restaurant is small and cosy, and tastefully decorated.
The homemade harissa was awesome. I tried the lamb & vegetable tagine and the vegetarian couscous. Both were delicious. The bread is great for mopping up the tagine juices and I even took some bread home to make a pita sandwich for lunch next day. There is also an array of pastries, which I assume we're homemade. They certainly tasted it.
The host is very congenial and speaks some English. I even met another Aussie couple in the restaurant, which was a nice surprise, as I had been missing English conversation.
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