Food tasted great. Bring your own wine/beer. Server is nice but with one person cooking a full dinner with soup/appetizer and entree took about 2 hours. Got 4 stars for food taste/value.
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Our party of three (two adults, one child) paid two visits to Un Thé Au Sahara during a three-day trip to Quebec City. In our first visit, we shared two appetizers (hummus and tzatziki) and a chicken kabob plate as an "evening snack" before going...More
We visited with our nine-year-old on a Tuesday night and the service was very courteous and attentive. Main course took a bit to come out (about 35-40 min) but it was well worth the wait. We have one vegetarian and one vegan in our party...More
My wife and I brought our newborn son and loved it. There was a group of 15 who came while we were there, with young children, so the review about no large groups and no kids is inaccurate. You just need to call ahead. The...More
The tajine here is incredible. The mint tea "Moroccan vodka" as the waiter said was delicious and the waiter was incredibly friendly. Lovely atmosphere and very fast service. Definitely make it a stop. Tip: they can serve alcohol but its BYOB
The dishes have great flavor although the portion sizes aren't as filling as other Quebec dishes. I would recommend a reservation as even if the restaurant isn't busy, the service is slower, so you may be denied a seat. Also, BYOB (there's a wine shop...More
Based on TripAdvisor reviews we had supper here one cold and windy evening while visiting Quebec City. It certainly didn't disappoint. The meal was absolutely delicious from the vegetable soup to the baklava and mint tea. The ambiance and service were warm. Don't miss this...More
Lamb and prunes with cous cous, very authentic and reasonably priced. Redone, owner and server made sure that our party of four were well looked after. Dessert was baklava, fresh and slightly different from the usual Greek style. Dinner for two with dessert was about...More
I was passing the old quebec this weekend. I discovered this restaurant by chance. the waiter offered me a lamb couscous and I did not was disappointed. My husband also loved, it reminded us of our trip to Morocco. We will return surely.
Chicken was succulent and the lamb was quite good. Nice yet simple ambience. Cheap eats and really accessible location. The mint tea was delicious.