The couscous in this restaurant has always been great. The lady chef, who is very friendly, adds one or more unusual spices to the semolina grain that give a really great taste. The upstairs part of the restaurant is the more charmingly decorated but one side room upstairs requires ducking for many to avoid hitting the head.
If you anticipate, pre-order the méchoui, which is delicious but not available without prior notice.
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