We visited after seeing some great reviews and we were not let down. The manager was warm and friendly and engaging with our children. The food was tasty, plentiful and well priced. We had a great time
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Imagine having dinner with a cousin who you haven’t seen in 20 years! We both live in the United States. She in Oregon. My family and I in Massachusetts. We were very close when we were younger. To find out we were both in Paris...More
Living in Australia opportunities for eating a good couscous are very limited.Chez Omar was a fantastic experience and I would definitely recommend it. The decor, the atmosphere, the food and service was very good.
I've eaten here many times, and it's always very good. It's not fancy, or haute cuisine. It's a simple restaurant, with pleasant bistro seating, and dependable couscous based dishes. The merguez is very good, they have moroccan wines, which are also good. Service is correct...More
We came upon Chez Omar by accident -- out of a chilly street into a room filled to bursting with warmth and friendly chatter. The food was hot, plentiful and nourishing. Obviously a local favourite, but also welcoming to visitors like us.
A new friend and I had dinner at Chez Omar this evening. The service was excellent, the food was very good. I started with Avocat aux crevettes, a splendid hors d'oeuvre, with perfectly ripe avocado and combination of vinaigrette for the surrounding greens and tomato...More
Dropped in to this restaurant during our recent Vacation in Paris. Service was good and the roast lamb was the best that I have ever had...big portion that I first thought I could not finished until I tasted the lamb!! So moist and tender.
Was really looking forward to this on the basis of previous reviews. Service was appalling, waiter was rude and pushy. Got the vegetable couscous, nothing more than bland minestrone soup. Meat didn't look great either.. Red wine was nice but lost a bit of appeal...More