This was our first restaurant experience in Quebec, and it set a wonderful tone. We arrived around 5:30 on a Saturday night and were the first people on the little terrace, but by the end of our meal, it was full of locals enjoying the wine they had brought. The menu is extensive and contains choices from North Africa, such as couscous, merguez, and pastilla (Moroccan chicken pastry) but also dishes you may recognize from Lebanese or Turkish fare, such as kebabs and shawarma. Our meals came with three cold salads (cabbage slaw, tabbouleh, and green salad) as well as a starch (couscous or rice) and the main course. The bathrooms were clean and service was friendly. (For travelers from the US: remember that Quebec is similar to Europe - you may have to ask for your check. When your server does not hover, that is a sign of respect for your mealtime, not neglect.)
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