La Table de Fès: In the sign of Spices
Located in the heart of the village of Cogolin, is a discreet restaurant characterized by his patron, Slimane Mrani. The house has existed since 1984 and has been run for a decade by Slimane. He has acquired his cooking skills as a chef at the Giraglia of Port Grimaud and at the Messardière of St Tropez. But one day he wanted a change: He wanted to share the typical and fresh dishes of his childhood. Regular customers and families benefit from it.
The Spices of Morocco
The kitchen is generous, like the Moroccan and fresh dishes. Taste: the traditional “Couscous Royal”, but also “lamb tajine with candied plums” or “tajine with chicken, pickled lemons and olives” and pastries prepared by the patroness, Fatima. The vegetables come from local shops. The spices come directly from Morocco. “The cinnamon, cumin and traditional spices taste differently there.” One advantage: In the summer the road is closed to traffic, and you can eat on the terrace.
Open for lunch and dinner from 20 January to December. In July and August closed for lunch (except by appointment).
Average price of a meal: 20 € – 30 €.
21, rue Nationale, Cogolin