The food was absolutely wonderful, from preparation to presentation, very pleasing. I especially enjoyed the special Moroccan tea.
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We visited this restaurant for the first time exactly 2 years ago and would you believe it, the owner rembembered us, as well as at which table we were sitting and some of the food we ordered - we must have made a good and...More
After eating in several "couscous factories" (I won't deign to call these crowded, rushed places restaurants), I finally found what I was looking for at Le Caroubier. The affable host found a table for me when I showed up without a reservation for Sunday lunch,...More
Come one and all to this phenomenal place that's about as easy to find as it gets next to Tramway in Paris. I mean, you could stumble into it from the boulevard. It was incredibly accomodating to make reservations, and when we arrived, we were...More
We selected this restaurant after reading various on-line reviews on Moroccan restaurants in Pais and consulting the restaurants web sites, as we always have at least one meal in a Moroccan restaurant when we visit Paris and we wanted to test a new place. The...More
This restaurant is a little out of the way if you are not familiar with Paris. The best way to get there is on the tram as there is no metro close by, but without a doubt the trek was worth it. The staff were...More
I had a very good diner there, the food was perfectly coocked, the staff is very friendly, and the interior of the restaurant is very nice looking. This is not had to parking around.
I visited the restaurant recently with my wife. Neither of us know Moroccan food very well, so we appreciated the helpful advice we received. There was much to like in the restaurant. However, as the two tagines we ordered were meat-based(chicken and lamb), we must...More