But I forgive its long sequences sans suspense for the overall mood of bourgeois paranoia, and the restaurant scene.
The scenes of Stewart/McKenna at the Moroccan restaurant are precious. Hitchcock relishes Stewart discomfort. I am sure the rather large Hitch has often suffered discomfort in similar circumstances... Source
I wish I'd replayed it before the DVD time was up , but can read the scene at leisure here in PDF
66 INT. ARAB RESTAURANT
It has a Moorish atmosphere, and the diners are sitting on cushions or low sofas
And an uncut scene featuring Jo McKenna’s theatrical friends can be read here