Paris, Day 3 – L’Oasis

After the Rodin Museum, we had lunch at a Moroccan restaurant on the other side of Les Invalides.  The couscous was fine but not outstanding (which is unfortunate, because I love a good couscous).  Fortunately, I got the merguez, which was tasty enough; Amanda, I think, was disappointed with her lamb — but the restaurant didn’t have any of the other meats that were on the menu.

One comment

  1. Quynh-Nhu · · Reply

    Pour un bon couscous, il faut aller chez Bébert, boulevard du Montparnasse (numéro 71 je crois…?).
    Et s'il vous reste un peu d'argent et une envie de sushi, allez sur l'île St Louis à Isami, 4 quai d'Orléans. C'est un vrai de chez vrai!
    Comme je vous envie!!! Surtout pour le tout “nouveau” Orsay!
    Mais sinon, faîtes-moi signe si vous décidez de faire un crochet à Bruxelles!
    Continuez à bien vous amuser!
    QN – verte de jalousie :p


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