It's no longer the only trendy North African restaurant in town, but during fashion week you still might see top models with legs like gazelles touching up their lipstick in front of the vintage mirrors here—though that doesn't stop them from digging into huge platters of couscous with grilled skewered lamb or spicy merguez sausage. Whatever you choose, wash it down with robust, fruity Algerian or Moroccan wine. Proprietor Omar Guerida speaks English and is famously
friendly to all. The setting is that of a beautifully faded French bistro, complete with elbow-to-elbow seating, so be prepared to overhear your neighbors' conversations.
47 rue de Bretagne, 3e, Paris, 75003, France