Restaurant owner was very friendly and accommodating. Food was flavorful and good sized portions. Tasty dessert choices and delicious mint tea was a nice end to the meal. BYOB always a plus.
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After a very long day of walking around (over 8 miles) we found ourselves in front of Au Coin Berbere - deciding whether we should venture in. What sealed the deal for us - was when we saw that they offered Gluten Free Couscous. We...More
Thank you harley. See you soon. Ben
This restaurant was very good and the first North African food we have had. We ordered lamb, merguez, and rabbit and they were all very well prepared and delicious. Be sure to include the merguez as it was an unknown to us and was a...More
This place has been open for 37 years and it was hopping like it was opening night. Very nice decor;a bit loud but in a good way that makes you feel like part of a happening. Best couscous we ever had. Lovely lamb and osso...More
There were 2 waiters. One was horrendous and made us want to leave but fortunately our table was taken over by the other who was helpful with his suggestions, did not charge us extra for sharing with the kids and was very amenable. Food was...More
Merci pour votre commentaire , mais 100$ pour 4 personnes c est vraiment pas cher surtout quand on mange très...More
Succulent food. Great service. Good atmosphere. Owner serves food, and is very kind. HE makes sure his guests are having the best experience, and it really makes dinner enjoyable. 100% recommend
A warm friendly restaurant that makes a perfect stranger feel like a long lost friend. The food was wonderful--must try the Pastille appetizer. The cous cous was bountiful--try the lamb, it was delicious. You must order tea. It is wonderful and the service outstanding. I...More
Spectacular couscous, savory but not overwhelming vegetables, very tender lamb and chicken; excellent merquez sausage. Friendly and knowledgeable staff guided our selections. The finish was a dramatically presented mint tea.