We tried this on our last night in Casablanca as we'd had our fill of Moroccan food and can't always find good Indian food at home. We weren't disappointed. I had the lamb saagwala and my husband had butter chicken. Both were delicious. Normally the lamb in this dish is a little too well done for my taste, but here it was flaking apart and sooooo tender. The naan was wonderful and our appetizers were good, especially the shrimp soup. The only thing I didn't like much was the kulfi, but I haven't had it anywhere else so I can't compare. They take credit cards and were open during Ramadan, so big pluses for this American couple. Only downside was the table full of smokers nearby, but we suffered through it as it's common here. The owners are a Moroccan woman and her Indian husband, and they were delightful hosts. Do make sure you write down the address AND phone number for your taxi driver as it is not a well-known place (it's near Kenzi Tower Hotel and Tribeca Restaurant)
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