Reviews on Moroccan food in Eaubonne, France including Palais de Souss, Bab Salam, Ouad Sous, Auberge Berbere, La Palmeraie - Jardins de Marakech, Le Palais D'Agadir
4 based on 117 reviews
Comfortable, warm and a nice atmosphere with a pleasant and friendly waiter (who did have a slight body odour problem). The food was average Moroccan, couscous, tagine - the usual. Quite expensive for what is basically, quite basic food.
4 based on 230 reviews
One of the few restaurants in the area open on a Sunday evening, we decided to take some overseas visitors to try some good Moroccan food.The restaurant is recently redecorated and the ambience is pleasant. The menu is quite small but just right, with a good selection of tagines, couscous and plats garnis. The main dishes are copious, so we would suggest choosing a selection of hors d'oeuvres to share OR main dishes (or sharing both).We had 2 tagines and 2 couscous all of which were excellent with the exception of the merguez which were overly fat. Presentation and service were attentive, courteous and relatively rapid.Overall, everyone in the party was pleased with the food.The only let down was the wine list - the Boulaouane gris was totally indifferent. Also, bottled as a "cuvÃ©e restauration" it was vastly overpriced for something nondescript and not typically a Boulaouane. However there are Guerroaune and other AOG wines on the list which could be worth trying.
4 based on 80 reviews
Loved it all. Food was so good and tender. QUALITY. We ordered couscous and tajine and some merguez (best I had so far). Had boeuf and some agneau with it. All of it so well cooked. Maybe I'd have cooked my meat it a bit more but i didnt ask it.We were happy enough, but the owner came to talk to us a few times. Very charming and not annoying at all. We loved it. My parents and gf were delightedRecommend the place and we ll be back.
4 based on 49 reviews
Belle salle claire,tables espacÃ©es,dÃ©cor typique Ã la marocaine,accueil souriant,affable,tout en gentillesse et dÃ©contraction,service attentionnÃ© aux petits soins,toujours un mot gentil.Le couscous est remarquable et d'excellente qualitÃ©,la semoule trÃ¨s fine est excellente,les viandes merguez et agneau sont tout simplement succulente,les lÃ©gumes accompagnant sont dÃ©licieux;le dessert salade d'orange Ã la marocaine,fleur d'oranger et cannelle est un rÃ©gal et fait bien passer le couscous.Bref un excellent repas,dans une ambiance dÃ©contractÃ© et la bonne humeur,nous nous sommes rÃ©galÃ©s.Je recommande sans hÃ©sitÃ© pour un agrÃ©able moment de dÃ©paysement. Rapport qualitÃ©/prix excellent. VisitÃ© le 24/03/2019
4 based on 219 reviews
We had a very good evening at Bab Salam. I found the restaurant on the net, 'cause I was looking for a good Arabic restaurant near our hotel. Diner was absoloutly perfect, lots on the plate, and the staff is very friendly and helpfull! I would recommend it to anyone who likes Arabic kitchen! A.D. (Bruges-Belgium) visit the 11th of January 2013
4 based on 291 reviews
I went to this restaurant with several members of my family for a celebratory meal and we were not disappointed. We ordered 5 couscous (with various brochettes: lamb, veal + merguez and meat balls) and 1 tagine. Everything was absolutely excellent and delicious. The restaurant has the unusual approach to serve the semolina directly in your plate but the waiters always go round the place offering a free refill so that doesn't matter. The food is well worth it.Granny found the lamb a little tough. I had the same lamb but found it, on the contrary, nice and tender. But then again granny is 90 years old and has false teeth, so what do you expect!On our next visite to Franconville, we will be sure to go back there.
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