Some of the dishes on offer to delight your taste buds include a
mixed meat Kefta couscous, grilled kebabs, Merguez sausage, lamb tagines with green and
red peppers, tomatoes and onions, Harira moroccan soup, Chakchouka with eggs, chicken
tagines with peas and potatoes and much more.
However, if you only want to sip a mint tea and indulge in one their lovely traditional
pastries such as a baklava, then the Le
Café Maure de la Mosquée serves light traditional snacks, sweets, pastry dishes and
coffee between meal times and again has a most beautiful terrace to sit on.
You will be able to find both the restaurant and the Paris cafe tea room in the 5th arrondissement
near to the Jardin des Plantes and inside the building known as La Grande Mosque de Paris.
And this large mosque that you can tour or indulge yourself with a massage in Le Hammam is situated behind the Institut du Monde Arab, which is home to
one of the many museums in Paris along with a library,
another restaurant called Le Zyriab and
an exhibition space, all dedicated to the wonders of the Arab world.
So for a fascinating and cultural experience whilst you are on holiday in Paris, why not take a trip out to these incredible
places and experience some excellent quality traditional cuisine in a setting that will
remain with you in your memories for ever.
Restaurant Guide Key Points
The Aux Portes de l'Orient is open every day of the week both for lunch and for evening
meals until it closes at 11pm.
Average prices start from around 7 and a main course is around 15.
At this particular restaurant in Paris
there is no particular dress code, no age limit and you will find a very mixed clientele.
Address & Contact Details:
Aux Portes de l'Orient
39 Rue Geoffroy Saint-Hilaire
Tel: 01 43 31 38 20
Fax: 01 43 31 53 30