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Restaurant to be

Restaurant to be - Histoires de Parfums

Located on rue de Bretagne, Chez Omar brings all Mediterranean flavors to Paris. Even if the menu offers typical French food such as the filet steak, their most famous dish is the couscous. One of the best, if you believe the rumors. The Royal, with its array of grilled meats, all you can eat fine couscous, and delicious bouillon is a feast for your taste buds. It also caters to vegetarians!

Our favorite however, is the dessert: two trays piled with Moroccan pastries (gazelle horns, chebakia, riwate etc.) a delight! 

The only drawback, Chez Omar is a cash only restaurant and doesn't take reservations.

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