We had a quick lunch on a quiet day. The owner was very pleasant, hospitable and helped us settle in. We had couscous and some red wine (Italian) which were both very good. I understand from specialists, that the couscous served here comes closest to what you would be served in Tunisia. So it is worth a try if you like North African fare. The portions are quite big so it is better to be really hungry when you go. The restaurant has re-created a North African atmosphere which is quite pleasant.