I don't really recommande this place. We tried tea and some cakes. It's wasn't very good. Prices are very high and the service is unfriendly.
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A traditional Moroccan restaurant next to the Paris mosque. The decoration is nice, but my food (lamb chops) was burned and overcooked... I was not even able to finish my food... The service is slow and unfriendly... Do not recommend it and will not go...More
One should not be scared by the crowded terrace as there is usually plenty of space inside, in a nice North-African setting. Once you find a waiter and ask to be seated you'll be taken care by friendly (and maybe a little disorganized) staff. Food...More
Nestled in the 5th Arrondisement, the Grand Mosque of Paris was built in the 1920s in an attractive Moorish style. The cafe, terrace and courtyard make for a beautiful environment for a refreshing cup of mint tea. On arrival, the waiter brings over a tray...More
I always go there in springtime for mint tea and delicious pastries (chaep too ;) the front courtyard is delightful (if crowded at times) and the architecture very nice.
Well it was a warm day. Arrived in the restaurant around 7:30ish. Ppl. Looked a bit stressed out and unorganised. Foid came fast. I ordered a kebab, what should spend more time on a grill. Also the meat was fatty, not so good quality. So...More
This is a delightful little cafe, quite busy, that sits within the walls of the mosque. Open to anyone, there is an external area, which is a little sun-trap, but there is a lot of demand for those seats. We sat in the inside courtyard...More
You come here for the decor, which is typical Moroccan / Tunisian. The menu features tagines, couscous and pastries; it is OK, but nothing special compared to other restaurants in town. Note that they don't serve any alcohol.