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The restaurant is not fancy; the food is not expensive. The dishes are flavored with cinnamon, ginger and other less used spices. The food was tasty. My friend had harira and I had vegetable couscous. They were served with a tasty whole grain bread.
I had the Chicken Tagine, others had the table had the Kafta Tagine, the Fish Tagine and the falafels. All were very tasty. Small venue, not very attractive, but the shrive and food are great. The mint lemonade and the mint tea are also very...More
What a nice surprise. The place is very simple and made us pause, but we decided to stay. What a great decision; the food was excellent from humus for appetizer to baklava for dessert. In Michigan you can find good middle eastern food relatively easy,...More
The portions are very generous so you may want to bring friends and share. There is a meal combination that says it feeds 2, which is what my husband and one daughter ordered. There was enough food leftover that 4 more people could have been...More
Imagine yourself a traveler... You're on a trade route along the Spanish coast, and you're crossing the Straight of Gibraltar... Or, you're in a caravan, traveling across the northern coast of Africa... Either way, you find yourself in Casablanca, Marrakesh or Tangier ... Cities of...More
Absolutely the very best dining experience so far this year. Moe da man just a few months from Saudi Arabia a College student guaranteed a great dining experience and yes he delivered. Been on my list over a year Moroccan totally new exciting flavors not...More
Went for lunch - but bought more to go it was so good. Between everyone we tried the tagine, bastilla, charmoula, harira soup, the bread, the mint tea. It was all tasty. The staff was helpful, nice and conversed a lot with us. Definitely a...More