We stopped in for some lunch in st malo after deciding we wanted a change from the usual crepes and pizza options. The service was fast and friendly and the food was tasty and filling. Good couscous and tagine dishes.
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Three girl friends looking for a late lunch. The tenant kindly took us in. All was well until my friend, who was going through a severe heart break didn't smile. He asked her to smile. Okay you ask once to say you noticed she isn't...More
Had two excellent meals here during a short trip to St. Malo. Both times the Cous Cous was really good - perfectly cooked meat and vegetables. Pleasant friendly service and a relaxed environment.
Something different in St Malo and I enjoyed the Lamb Tagine well marinaded with spices and a rich tomato based sauce. Makes a pleasant change if you want to enjoy North African food.in France.
Ordered Cous Cous Merguez and a bottle of Sidi Brahim red from the Atlas Mountains in Tunisia. Wow, what a combination!
We last visited St Malo & this restaurant around 15 years ago but were very pleased to see it still open. The owner is very friendly. The food is good and reasonably priced too. We both had the chicken & lim tagine which was very...More
We spend our summer holidays in St Malo and have visited Chez Ferhat on numerous occasions over the last 3 years. On each occasion the food is consistently excellent and the owner and his wife extremely friendly. The portions are very generous, reasonably priced and...More
We have spent part of each year in St. Malo for the last 4 years but had never visited Chez Ferhat. Several of our neighbors had recommended it to us. Last night we made the decision to dine here and we were warmly welcomed by...More
In the heart of the walled city, a good ethnic option when you tire of seafood and crepes. Couscous and tagines, as well as grilled meats, are featured. Several regulars came in when I was there and were greeted just as warmly by the owner/host...More