We arrived here on Easter afternoon, starving and fatigued. It was like entering a little bit of Paris--we sat, we restored ourselves over tea, coffee, and food and lingered. We got the vegetarian couscous--perfectly moist throughout and flavorful--a must have. Also the dukkah (disappointing) and the carrot salad (perfectly seasoned and a great contrast to the couscous). The staff are quirky, but attentive. There is an extensive menu, with meat and without, that I look forward to trying in the future.
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