Found this place on Yelp on our first day in Vancouver. The reviews looked promising and it was very close to where we were staying. For a Tuesday early afternoon the place was packed and we had to wait about 20-25 minutes before we were seated. There were a couple empty tables but they didn't seat people as the tables got empty, instead they waited until about 50% of the seats were empty then sat us down. I thought that was a little interesting. It made sense after because all the tables were pretty close together. It would be pretty annoying having to move the tables in the middle of a meal.
La Santé (soft boiled egg, vine ripened tomato, olive tapenade, avocado, prosciutto, extra virgin olive oil, grilled ciabatta) - I ordered it because I never had a soft boiled egg this way before. Everything together was really good, except for the olive tapenade. I'm not a huge fan of olives. The soft boiled egg was cooked to perfection and it was a fun experience for me to crack it open.
Saumon Fumé (open faced ciabatta sandwich. Fried egg, smoked salmon caper cream cheese, sliced avocado, arugula peppadew and artichoke salad) - smoked salmon was nice and fresh and the caper cream cheese was a good balance.
Waffle with dark chocolate sauce - these Belgian waffles looked exactly like these waffles that I LOVE in Lake Tahoe, unfortunately the taste wasn't the same. They were a little more dense than I expected. The dark chocolate sauce was really rich and I liked that.
The food was pretty good but I think it was a little on the pricey side for the amount of food that you get. Service was nice and friendly. I would have loved to come back and try their dinner menu. It didn't occur to me by the name of the restaurant that it was a Moroccan place. I'll have to save that for another trip.
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