Find out what Moroccan restaurants to try in Maisons-Alfort. Maisons-Alfort is a commune in the southeastern suburbs of Paris, France. It is located 8.4 km from the center of Paris.
Maisons-Alfort is famous as the location of the National Veterinary School of Alfort.
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4 based on 164 reviews
Our business host took 4 of us to his favourite restaurant and after a fantastic meal we knew why!From the moroccan beer, an excellent wine and a great variety of food. The lamb tagine was superb, huge chunks of lamb on the bone cooked to perfection, the cous cous was said to be excellent as well. The dessert was a selection from a tower of typical morrocan pastries (apologise, I know they have a special name). All were excellent.Oh, and the moroccan tea was served in traditional style.An excellent evening, great service. Well recommended.
4 based on 372 reviews
This is one of our favourite restaurants. Not only is the food excellent, but the service is first class and the staff are always very attentive and friendly.Thank you very much...
5 based on 145 reviews
1000 & 1 Signes is a place where everything is done to accommodate exchange between deaf and hearing able people. A small brochure demonstrating basic signs is given along with the menu. There are also white boards to facilitate communication between cust
We came across this after a quick TripAdvisor search for good Moroccan food in Central Paris. We were blown away by the experience and in particular the food and hospitality. Very authentic and simple menu of classic Moroccan dishes, tagines, Bricks, couscous. They've got their menu just right, keep the choices simple but do them well, and these amazing guys have definitely done that.We ordered tagines and a mixed special plate. The merguez was juicy and flavoursome, the lamb shank was well portioned, tender and the tagines gravy wonderfully flavoured with the sweet sticky prunes. The Kefta had my kids in a food battle to grab them quickly because they were do delicious! The couscous was light and subtely flavoured and the vegetable stew was simply perfect, the spices used were as if from Marrakech markets themselves.We have been to many Moroccan restaurants and a Riads where it's been authentic 'dada/home' cooking, and this chef is on par with La Maison D'Arab in Marrakech, if not better.Oh incidentally, we didn't realise this when booking, all the staff including the chef are deaf, but this only made the whole experience even better, their hospitality and attention was sublime and we were greeted by all with sign language welcome. Communication is seamless via pre defined sign language or via a whiteboard. They are incredibly patient and respectful of our repeated attempts to mouth things to them and honestly compared to a number of other restaurant food and experiences we've had on our trip so far, we as a family unanimously agreed this was the best meal and ambience and experience so far. I know I'll be kicked out by many foodie snobs, but credit must be given for a fabulous restaurant and three awesome guys who clearly love serving food with love and great care. Well done guys, you really made our great day even better!
4 based on 51 reviews
I've never been to the restaurant, I only ordered online, the woman in charge is really gentle, (had her on the phone). And as I said on the title, love the homemade bread, tried 2 different tajines, even though simple, it was really good!
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