Nothing fancy about the setting. Sparse, but delicate decor. The service is pleasant and not pretentious. And the food is delicious. We were 9 and shared saumon marine, salade de mâche aux gesiers de canard; and filet de loup grille, jarret de veau and delicious desserts. Moroccan wine made good acompagnement. A solid choice for an alternative to Moroccan menu.
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