Four of us dined at Kous Kous in Mt. Lebanon on a whim last night. The place is so tiny, and so good, that I'm afraid if people hear about it we'll never get a table again! When I say tiny, I mean there are about 6 very small tables close together. The kitchen, which is separated from the dining area only by tall plexiglass or something, is equally tiny, and one guy toils back there to create some of the best food I have had in Pittsburgh. Not just the best Morroccan food, I mean the best food! We tried the scallops served on a bed of ginger rice along with roasted vegetables that was fantastic. Also tried the cauliflower tajine. I don't know what that creamy sauce was but it was delicious and not too heavy. The table shared a platter of appetizers that included roasted vegetable hummus and some greens. It was divine. Plenty for a small meal or a lunch. The place is BYOB so it is very affordable. What can I say, I loved this place. Just wish it was in the North Hills instead of the South Hills!!
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