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“Authentic food with fantastic service”
Review of Tagine Zhor

Tagine Zhor
Ranked #32 of 613 Restaurants in Bath
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $6 - $25
Cuisines: Moroccan
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Good for: Special occasions, Romantic
Dining options: Lunch, Breakfast, Late Night, Dinner, Delivery, Reservations
Description: Tagine Zhor is an authentic Moroccan restaurant run by the Casablancan Moroccan born owner. He takes pride in his Fez cuisine because it is based on traditional recipes that have been passed down from his loving Fez born grandmother "zhor" to him. It is the only finest Moroccan restaurant in Bath and probably in the whole South West of England. The perfect place to experience real Moroccan food cooked and served in a distinctive and traditional manner together with genuine warm hospitality in absolute beautiful Moroccan surroundings. Most meals begin with the simple selection of hot and cold mezze which might include hommos, Olives and Baba Ghannouj served with flat bread. The Tagine may come next served with Cous Cous, rice or Bread. It is a stew made of lamb, Chicken, Fish, Beef, kofta and Basilla. A single plate of dessert will usually consist of baklawas . They are sweet pastries dripping in honey or dusted in icing sugar marks the end of the meal before fresh mint tea or Arabic coffee are served. Do not forget to take a seat on outdoor terrace and enjoy the Shisha pipe and its flavour of tobacco. Also pay a visit to our gem Bazaar Shop downstairs featuring beautiful and unique handmade Moroccan items "great idea for gifts"
Reviewed November 4, 2013 via mobile

We visited Cafe du Globe on a recent girls weekend in Bath. A small restaurant, but they were accommodating and managed to to squeeze us all in!
The atmosphere is great, with decoration and style to match the theme of the restaurant.
The food was delicious, fantastic selection of mezze, and then tagines to share.
Plenty of choices for both vegetarians and meat eaters.
Would definately go again.

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Thank mrsscuba
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Reviewed October 24, 2013

My wife and I had spent a day walking around Bath and we were ready for dinner earlier than usual. (We had looked at the Pump Room but decided to try somewhere different.) You can't get more different than a Moroccan restaurant in Bath - and almost in sight of the river and associated gardens. The interior was in a Moroccan style which was appealing to us because it was different from the Jane Austen gentility of some other dining places in Bath. The food and service were good and we would revisit if we feel like Moroccan food when next in Bath. My wife called the restaurant "querky" which I suppose it was. For example, take the labyrinthine route to the loo and you pass through a kind of selling space (bazaar or bizarre?) for Moroccan style knick-knacks. A bit dark to see I thought but manageable to navigate through to the loo without mishap.

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Reviewed October 20, 2013

Arrived in bath about 3.15pm on a Friday having not eaten since breakfast. Went to the green rocket but they had finished serving food. I'd been to Cafe du Globe a year or so ago & liked it so called in. They were happy to serve us & made the early evening menu available even though it was too early. Two courses & s drink for £15.50. We had the house mixed starter which was well flavoured if a little deep fried (had expected potato skins to be oven cooked). I enjoyed the meatballs & my partner the tagine. The house red wine was surprisingly good. We were provided with a jug of water. We didn't need to eat again that day. The owner has a reserved slightly dour disposition but he is polite, says welcoming things & I heard him give information & menu advice when asked by first time 'Morroccon' diners. We had very good service. He could improve sales by smiling more!

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Thank Alit0n
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Reviewed October 11, 2013

Went here on a Friday and restaurant was quiet but soon filled up and people were turned away. Food was very tasty, served promptly and hot. It is many years since we have been to Morocco but this place and the bazaar downstairs brought plenty of memories back.

Thank AlisonMellors
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Reviewed October 10, 2013

Seated promptly. The inside of the Restaurant was a little gloomy, but that added to the feel of the place.
The waitress was delightful and had an efficient air about her.
The food we ordered was served quickly and was delicious. We had starters and mains but not a pudding.
Can honestly say the trip to the toilets was a worthwhile experience in itself!! Not wanting to spoil the surprise, the trip encompasses the Bazaar shop….

Thank ostone
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