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It’s been a long time since my last visit, but the food is still great: baba ganoush with lots of garlic, mechouia (red pepper paste), the veal tajin and a vege tajin with pumpkin. Well, I also wanted to try the Morrocan coffee, but it...was way too sweet. But anyway, it was a great visit. At 2pm on Synday this small place was full.More
Superb! A Hidden gem.
Although location may be off-putting for some, this restaurant well deserves a visit.
Freshly cooked food, quiet atmosphere and charming music.
The owner is happy to explain you facts about food, and you can smoke shisha (waterpipe) here, too.
Definitely worth a trip!
We went here 2 nights in a row, because the food was so good, flavorful and authentic, we just had to return before leaving Warszawa!
I have never experienced something like this (I have not traveled near Morocco).
We tasted 3...types of humus, all good and with nice fresh bread.
3 types of tajine: chicken and the two types of beef. The beef with prunes and almonds is really something to experience!
The vegetarian soup was okay, I would rather recommend hummus and tajine.
It is In the end of a dodgy alley, but nice inside, with a clean bathroom. Bring a blouse or something, because it is a little cold during the cold months.More
Last year when we were in Warsaw we tried to eat at this restaurant, but it was close when we arrive when Yelp says it's open so this time we booked a table in advanced.
First, the surrounding is not welcoming and somewhat scary. No...lights and you have to go in a dark through holes and cracks in what looks like an abandoned courtyard.
When you finally enter the restaurant than the decor somewhat a mix of Arab-India style and not much of Moroccan style.
On the day we were there they had no staff and the cook was also the waiter. Luckily for him there were only 3 tables to serve, but even this was very very very slowly. In some point we have thought to go and help him in the kitchen or serving our self. Just because he was a good guy we stay and not walked away.
When we have finally had the food serve to us we have enjoyed it very much and it was tasty and good.
Next time when we'll like to come again we will check if they are open and have full staff ☺More
First of all, try not to be scared by what you see around. This is a true post-industrial enclave in the middle of the ciry: boarded-up stores, broken windows all around plus some unsavory types, too. Neighboring courtyard have been gentrified, sort of, but not...this particular one. But you are brave enough, or have a brave enough companion, you will find a gem of a place - next, by the way, to a store that sells equipment to members of various enforcement institutions...
The menu is short enough to be manageable by the cook yet long enough to offer real choices. Honest humus, as opposed to various "creative" variations that can be found all over the city, fine beef with plums and my favorite: chicken in lemon. But whatever you order, you cannot go wrong.
My only complaint: they economize on silverware. The set you get at the start is the one you are settled with no matter how many dishes you order... yak!More
The food was great. It was simple, nicely served and tasted awesome.
The waiters were nice and helpful, but there is really nothing to explain in the menu - it is couscous and various meats.
"Maghreb" managed to create a nice and cozy place with...an atmosphere of a little cafe in some nice Moroccan town.More