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- $28.99 for dinner for two, including one small plate and two entrees, valid Sunday-Thursday ($49 value)
- $57.98 for dinner for four, including two small plates and four entrees, valid Sunday-Thursday ($98 value)
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Drawing on their Tunisian roots and upscale culinary sensibilities, chefs Khaled Chebbi and Lotfi Chabaane add a modern twist to Mediterranean classics at Couscous. Their dishes often center around flavors that are simultaneously exotic and accessible—the North African lamb sausage gets a familiar kick from pickled onions and dijon mustard, and Georgia sweet-corn salsa complements skewers of grilled charmoula shrimp.
The spot's decor follows in a similar vein, balancing Mediterranean roots with hip, urban accents—jars of pickled vegetables fill cubby holes within the seafoam-green space, and diners lounge on cushioned banquettes that one Urban Daddy contributor wrote "could be from a Moroccan palace."
In the Press
- Creative Loafing: "The 'couscous feast'. . . included braised lamb, roasted chicken and vegetables over a bed of the fluffy couscous, soaking in the meats' juices. I give it an A+."
- The Atlanta Journal-Constitution: “Curious about Tunisian food? Couscous will win you over."
- Access Atlanta: "Jewel-like colors are on display in tiles, fabrics and art work, and ornate lights hang from the ceiling, along with simple white fans."
- Won a TripAdvisor Award of Excellence for 2014