OK, we went here in spite of other reviews. We should have listened. Yes, the dancing was entertaining, but beyond that . . . average at best. A disappointment, no a rather expensive disappointment.
The Sultan's Tent offers a variety of different seating opportunities throughout the week each with its own belly dance performance. While dining in The Sultan's Tent you choose from our fabulous four-course dinner menu that offers French-Moroccan influenced food to meet the most discerning palate.
For a more casual ala carte dining experience, join us in Cafe Moroc. Situated at the entrance to The Sultan's Tent, Cafe Moroc is reminiscent of 1930s Casablanca with its cream colours, dark wood accents and giant palms.
Groups of all sizes are welcome in both areas of our restaurant.