While staying at the Hyatt Lake Las Vegas, we tried to determine where we could get the best dinner on the lake. After reading reviews, we chose Japengo, but learned it was closed on the Sunday evening we were there. After visiting several restaurants, we settled on Cafe Tajine and had a great meal. The decor was pleasant and Morroccan inspired, and the smooth jazz background music was an added plus for us. Service was very friendly, but spotty (our waitress had been on since 7 am for Mother's Day, which might explain). A Bloody Mary there is one of the best ever of the pepper-based variety (rather than the more objectionable horseradish). The food was excellent. Bread was served with a tampanade and citrus butter. The chicken entree was succulent, with a citrus marinade/glaze that was tasty and not overpowering. Buttermilk mashed potatoes were rich and creamy. The salmon entree was melt-in-your-mouth. The sides of vegetables seemed pricey at 5.00, until we discovered there is enough served for two. Dinner for two was not expensive by Las Vegas standards, as we spent under $110 with cocktails, dessert, tax and tip. We were extremely pleased with the quality and value.