We didnt find this restaurant particularly good. I would regard it as average and alittle overpriced. But the thing which was really disgusting was the smokers present in the restaurant while we were eating. It was sickening.
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Just off the Grande Poste square, this charming restaurant with its happy welcoming staff server an excellent range of traditional food. We had Couscous (make sure you have a big appetite , the serving is very generous in size) and Mechouia. Both were very tasty....More
This is the kind of brasserie you will find in an average French city. Instead it is in the Rue Didouche Mourad, right in the center of Algiers. I visited several times and especially enjoyed the couscous. Value for money! The restaurant is always open,...More
One great thing about this brasserie is that it's always open, also on Fridays and national holidays. The lightning could improve but the quality of the food made up for that. The served portions are gigantic yet tasteful. Alcohol is served.
I thought it was a really good inexpensive option and it was very reasonable and so close to the GRAND POST . I loved the ambiance and the waiters were really friendly and accomondating
this feels like a normal restaurant with normal people in it. Prices are good by Algiers standards and being on Didouche Mourad, it is well placed for dropping in to, if not for finding a parking space. Likeable and quick on the food front. Not...More
We were wandering around Algiers, terribly jet lagged, trying to find a place to have a nice lunch on a Friday. Hmmm.. Just as we were about to give up, we heard the clatter of a very busy restaurant. So we walked in and ordered...More
I had a number of evening meals at the Brasserie des Facultes during a week's business trip to Algiers. I was never disappointed with the high standard of the food, particularly the European dishes on the varied menu, or the service by very professional and...More
We went to the ‘Fac’ a couple of times during a recent visit to Algiers. Toni1013's review immediately below seems entirely accurate: we too thought that it was a perfectly satisfactory place for an evening meal with a glass or two of wine. The brasserie...More