A Friday night Tunisian feast

Who knew couscous could offer a symphony of flavors?

By FAYE LEVY, YAKIR LEVY
September 26, 2013 17:08
Couscous

Couscous. (photo credit: Yakir Levy)

 
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When a friend told us she was coming to Los Angeles for a visit, we suggested dining at Got Kosher? Café, a restaurant that specializes in Tunisian cuisine and serves the kind of dishes that became favorites of ours during the years we lived in Paris.

After tasting appetizers of banatage, a beef-filled potato croquette, and brick à l’oeuf et au thon, a crunchy pastry enclosing tuna, capers and an egg, we ordered a main course of chicken couscous. It came with a rich broth, and a chicken meatball that caught our attention – it was melt-in-your-mouth delicious.

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