The building along a side street in the Marolles may once have been a convent, but it now exudes a seductive allure. Candles burn in its cavernous dining room, where Moroccan lamps and sofas create intimacy in a bric-a-brac setting. It's young and fashionable; there's a disco on the lower floor on weekends. The eclectic menu includes such choices as couscous with spicy merguez sausages. Later in the evening, it becomes a lively bar.