This establishment stands out for its cosy atmosphere with dim lighting, white walls and natural palm trees which successfully transport us to an Arabic house. To make this journey even more realistic, diners can eat on cushions on the floor Arabic style. If you find that too uncomfortable, though, you can always go for traditional tables and chairs.
The lunch fits in perfectly with the ambience and the menu includes traditional dishes: chicken pie, savoury pastry and five varieties of couscous. The restaurant is always packed on weekends, so booking beforehand is recommended.