Restaurante Les 3 Étoiles
Bab Bhar, also called the Porte de France or French Gate, is a huge freestanding arch that was the medina's eastern gateway until the...
The National Library, once a barracks, was built in 1814 by Hamouda Bey to house Berber soldiers who'd been recruited after an Ottoman...
French Embassy Building
Grand structures such as the French embassy, built in 1856, were designed for the colonial power to assert its authority.
Café Culturel El Ali
This is indeed a cultured hideaway, with atmospheric wood-beamed ceilings, a library, sofas and a rooftop terrace overlooking the...
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Restaurante Les 3 Étoiles information
This is a great little basic place with cheap-as-chips food - fill-you-up couscous or blow-your-top salade mechouia (grilled peppers and tomatoes with olive oil and garlic, served garnished with olives or tuna) - whirring fans, plastic tablecloths, and satisfied customers.