So close to Paris Expo at Porte de Versailles even execs from the flashiest global companies don't always get a taxi to Le Caroubier restaurant. Red curtains rows of thick cushions, yellow wall lanterns, old prints and brass plates transport you in an instant to another, more comfortable, world. Its colourful, cosy setting is matched by the kind of very good old-fashioned service you don’t come across so often. For more than 35 years, Aziz and his brother have been serving classic Moroccan food and hospitality to a diverse and discerning crowd that have become one of Le Caroubier’s hallmarks. Highlights of Le Caroubier’s menu include delicate couscous dishes, unfussy tagines, well-cooked pastillas and not-to-be-missed North African pastries.