Reviews on Middle Eastern food in Bois Colombes, France including Le Timgad, Janna, Buzkashi, Kabylia Le
4 based on 554 reviews
Enjoyed Moroccan tasty food here and good sized portions. Got busy, but service was still good and well humoured. Reasonable value.
4 based on 273 reviews
Such a nice find. Lovely restaurant, nice vibe, pleasing/simple elegant decor, and nice music. The food was fresh, perfectly seasoned, and executed well. The service could not have been better. So nice and helpful. My eyes were way bigger than my stomach and they kindly wrapped up my leftovers-yay, breakfast!
4 based on 241 reviews
Only steps away from Place Clichy in Paris, is a pleasant family restaurant, typically afghan.Vous will be received warmly authentic decor and taste the specialties Afghanistan. You can choose to enjoy comfortably seated at a table or in a platform, sitti
Me and my girlfriend came here because we have heard a lot about Afghan food but never tried it.We had the dumplings & the pumpkin starter. And the lamb main & the egg main + a kind of Afghan creme brÃ»lÃ©e sort of dessert.Everything was literally incredible. The flavors were completely new to me and the pumpkin starter was just insane... sooo good. The dumplings were great as well but tasted quite similar to Eastern European or Uzbek dumplings.Both the mains were incredible..... the lamb was so tender and flavorful and it was mixed with perfectly balanced salad and rice.The egg dish was like nothing Iâve tasted before and I will definitely be searching out Afghan restaurants in the future to try more stuff like it.Service was super friendly and the waiter gave us two complimentary teas. If you are in Paris and you want to try something a bit different to French cuisine but still cooked to the highest quality then I would definitely recommend it.
4 based on 93 reviews
Although this place is not directly in the center, a trip to "Le Kabylia" is worthwhile! The food is fresh. They are focusing only on the main dish "CousCous" in an oversee able variety. I was living close by, so it was quite handy for me to eat here several times. Not a single dish was regrettable. I was spoiled by this traditional way of preparation. When I tried the same dish at a different restaurant in the center of Paris I got very disappointed. And although this place is not around the corner, I know now where to go when I want CousCous. Understandably only local people are visiting and dining here. It's a family business that is now entering the 3rd generation. The grandchildren of the first costumers are still coming to eat here. I've seen for myself how most of the people are greeted by name and receive a warm welcome. Anyone who is seriously interested in good quality food should make a visit "Le Kabylia".
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