Eating at Le Souk is a succulent experience for all the senses. A heavy tapestry hanging in the doorway leads into the foyer of the restaurant, which is lined with jars
Opened in 1926, the Mosque of Paris offers an atmosphere of a thousand and one nights type where you can sip on some of the best mint tea in Paris. In a humble and
Moroccan restaurant, fabulous. We both had red lentil soup with a bit of spice, couscous, and lamb kabobs. We split a tomato paste salad that was great. In the Marias/4th
4 of 5 stars
Frequented by celebrities, artists, media folks and models (Naomi Campbell has been spotted there), Chez Omar manages to maintain a friendly neighborhood brasserie
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