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Posted by Airmid on 06/24/2012
Went to this strangely decorated restaurant after seeing it many times (red and orange 70s like interior). The menu looked promising. Despite the fact we were the only ones in the restaurant at 6:30pm - no one came to take our order for 30 minutes. We asked to look at the wine list - it was hugely overpriced - so we opted for one glass of wine each - rather than a bottle. The meals tool 45 minutes to be served - and the portion sizes were unbelievably small. Too bad I cant say that for the bill - - way too over priced for what we got. Maybe tourists go here - but with all the other reasonably priced restaurants in the neighborhood - skip this place and try something else.
Posted by Kweber on 05/13/2012
Went for brunch Terrific soups (we tried the gazpacho and broccoli soup), excellent croque madam and eggs Norwegian (like Benedict but with smoked salmon). The main dishes came with delicious fried potatoes and salad. Service was friendly but not efficient.
Posted by Anonymous on 03/21/2012
Highly recommend! Had lunch on price fixe menus for 10 and another day for 2! Delicious melt in your mouth tender tangine beef and chicken. Beet salad appetizer a must every time. Well spaced tables, good service that did not rush us out. Wonderful!
Posted by foodfinder on 01/03/2012
This bistro outpost of the superb Lamazou shop continues with the same tradition of the highest quality preparation of the highest quality ingredients, presented by gracious hosts. We had the beef tagine - melting off the bone short rib meat elegantly infused with wonderful flavors, merguez sandwich which was out of this world, with crisp vegetables to balance the spicy sausage on the freshest of ciabatta rolls, fabulous mussels in white wine sauce with perfect frites, elegant seafood soup, and a true molten chocolate cake accompanied by simply the most delicious vanilla gelato I've ever had. If you know how to order, you can have a bargain meal, and even the pricier items, when you recognize the quality, are extremely good values. A meal to be savored.
Posted by anonymous on 12/27/2011
Restaurant was pracitically empty - yet the service was horrendous. Wait staff sat at table conversing with staff/freinds - took 20 minutes to ask us if we would like to order. Mistakes were made taking the order and when we pointed this out as the food arrived - the waitress shrugged and said - thats what I heard you order. Portions were tiny but prices are high. Strange orange neon lighting permeates the restaurant and by the end of the meal we found the color annoying.
Posted by Rita D on 11/10/2011
This was the most delicious lunch of my life. Well worth the price - although high.
Posted by anonymous on 11/03/2011
Yesterday had gals dinner with work friends...and were all WOWED by the ambiance, menu variety and taste of food. Rare and lovely was a low noise level in this restaurant where there is plenty of space between tables. We shared a large number of appetizers and each had our own beet salad (delish). The cheese sampler was awesome, also the Mediterranean sampler, the Tunisean brick was stuffed with duck wonderful, as was the chicken pastille. A few other appetizers were not as memorable but we enjoyed our first Tunesian wine and left with plans to go back again soon.