Cafe Zitouna

★★★★★

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NOTE: Original website is SFcafezitounaDOTcom
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This place is the best North African Restaurant in SF period!

Take it from the proud owners (one of

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★★★★★

NOTE: Original website is SFcafezitounaDOTcom
(There is a false/incomplete web page being hosted under the name cafezitounaDOTcom).

This place is the best North African Restaurant in SF period!

Take it from the proud owners (one of

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Cafe Zitouna is the place to go for a delicious hot meal at an affordable price. I love middle eastern food and I really believe that some of the dishes were much better than I have had them elsewhere. My family and I went here for dinner. It's a very small restaurant with only a handful of tables, but we didn't have to wait at all.

This place is both an order-at-the-counter as well as a sit down with waiter service restaurant. This restaurant also offers catering service.

My family ate family-style and this is what we ordered... Everything was fantastic, especially the lamb tagine and the b'stilla. Prices ranged from $8.95-12.95.

Traditional Vegetarian Couscous - a hearty helping of couscous and a bowl of carrot, zucchini, potato, and onion stew to serve on top.

Mosaic of Kababs - the lamb sausage kabob was sooo good, comes with a side salad.

B'stilla ("the pie from heaven") - sweet meat pie with a flaky filo dough wrapper... so delicious!

Tajine Jilbana - my favorite thing that we ordered. Melt in your mouth lamb in a sauce filled with a vegetable of your choice (we got the lamb in a pea stew and I highly recommend that choice!)

This place doesn't have a parking lot (like all restaurants in SF) so you will need to park on the street.

4
★★★★☆

Cafe Zitouna is the place to go for a delicious hot meal at an affordable price. I love middle eastern food and I really believe that some of the dishes were much better than I have had them elsewhere. My family and I went here for dinner. It's a very small restaurant with only a handful of tables, but we didn't have to wait at all.

This place is both an order-at-the-counter as well as a sit down with waiter service restaurant. This restaurant also offers catering service.

My family ate family-style and this is what we ordered... Everything was fantastic, especially the lamb tagine and the b'stilla. Prices ranged from $8.95-12.95.

Traditional Vegetarian Couscous - a hearty helping of couscous and a bowl of carrot, zucchini, potato, and onion stew to serve on top.

Mosaic of Kababs - the lamb sausage kabob was sooo good, comes with a side salad.

B'stilla ("the pie from heaven") - sweet meat pie with a flaky filo dough wrapper... so delicious!

Tajine Jilbana - my favorite thing that we ordered. Melt in your mouth lamb in a sauce filled with a vegetable of your choice (we got the lamb in a pea stew and I highly recommend that choice!)

This place doesn't have a parking lot (like all restaurants in SF) so you will need to park on the street.

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Contrary to the Citysearch headline, Zitouna is open for business!\r
Our group enjoyed an excellent dinner there on Jan. 2, 2009. The service was very attentive, and the food was delicious.\r
Highly recommended.

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★★★★★

Contrary to the Citysearch headline, Zitouna is open for business!\r
Our group enjoyed an excellent dinner there on Jan. 2, 2009. The service was very attentive, and the food was delicious.\r
Highly recommended.

 

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