7 of best Moroccan restaurants in Paris


Visiting the City of Light can be a good opportunity to have a lunch or a dinner in one of many Moroccan restaurants in Paris. Morocan food, which is very refined and varied, is very appreciated by Parisians and the Couscous is one of favorite dishes of French people.

Tajine in a Moroccan restaurant in Paris
Succulent tajines in a Moroccan restaurant in Paris

You can choose one of following Moroccan restaurant and taste a couscous, a tajine or pastilla. After your meal don’t miss the Moroccan tea. The team of Still in Paris has tested all those restaurants.


La Mansouria – Refined Moroccan restaurant

This restaurant has been founded by a cooker famous in Morocco, Fatimal Hal. In a sumptuous Moroccan deco, the crew serve refined gourmet dishes . It is an ideal place for a romantic dinner and a good value ! We love the pastilla and the perfumed tajines. Localized not far from Place de la Bastille

address: 11 Rue Faidherbe, 75011 Paris – Mo Faidherbe-Chaligny
tel: 01 43 71 00 16 – website www.mansouria.fr

Zerda Café- best address for a couscous

Zerda café cousous in ParisIt was the first North-African restaurant in Paris and it is still one of the best. It is famous for its couscous, certainly one of the best of Paris. We also tested the Tajine and it was great. The staff is very-friendly and the decor beautiful . Closest to Central Paris (Mo Strsbourg-Saint-Denis), it is easily accessible from every-where in the French capital

address 15 Rue René Boulanger, 75010 Paris  – Mo Strasbourg-Saint-Denis

tel: 01 42 00 25 15  – website: www.zerdacafe.fr


Chez Younice – Best Value Moroccan food

This restaurant is certainly not placed in many official ranking (neither the Gault et Millau, nor the Zagat ) but it is one of our preferred Moroccan Restaurants . Firstly, the boss , Younice, is very friendly and the welcome is always enthusiastic. Secondly the food is very good and typically Moroccan . And finally it is a very good value .

address: 13 Rue d’Avron, 75020 Paris – Mo Avron

tel: 01 43 56 84 38 – website www.chez-younice.fr

Au P’tit Cahoua

Le P’tit Cahoua is an institution of the 13th arrondissement of Paris and offers among the best couscous and tajines in Paris. The sympathic staff guests you in an ambiance of 1001 nights.
address: 39 Boulevard Saint-Marcel, 75013 Paris – Mo Saint-Marceltel: 01 47 07 24 42


We like this refined restaurant situated in Saint-Ouen in northern Paris ( Closed to the Flea market and Montmartre. There are many kind of couscous which are all succulent.
address: 124 Avenue Gabriel Peri, 93400 Saint-Ouen – Mo Garibaldi
tel: 01 40 11 47 23

Moroccan Caterer at Les Enfants Rouges market

This is one of favorite place of Mo, our CTO. He likes it for the atmosphere of the market  and its open-air restaurant tables but also for the quality of typical Morocan dishes prepared by the smiley staff.

It’s also the most affordable of our selection ;-).

address: 39 rue de bretagne 75003 Paris – Mo fille du Calvaire

Le Riad Nejma – Trendy restaurant in a Moroccan Riad

Enter in this sumptuous restaurant and you will feel transported into a typical Moroccan Riad of Marrakesh. The decor reproduce the interior of those impressive Moroccan food. The food is good and portions are OK but the place can be very busy. So book in advance.  You can also experience the Moroccan brunch
address: 141 rue St. Martin, 75004 Paris –  Mo Rambuteau
tel: 01 42 78 35 00 – website: http://www.riadnejma.com/


Le 404

This famous North-African restaurant housed in one of the oldest mansion in Paris propose familial Moroccan food, couscous, pastilla and tajines. Localized in the trendy area of le Marais, it can be a good place for a dinner after a visit of this touristic neighborhood. Prices can be a little bit excessive. The owner has also the restaurant named Momo in London.

address: 69, rue des Gravilliers 75003 Paris – Mo Saint-Paul

tel: + 33 1 42 74 57 81  –  website: 404-resto.com


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