We purchased a voucher from Groupon for $49 good for 4 people for a 3-course Moroccan meal. Saw some unfavourable reviews online after the purchase, but thought, oh well, for $12.25 each for a 3-course meal, it wouldn't hurt to try. From the outside, the place looked like a 'hole-in-the-wall', but apparently they all look like that according to a friend who has been to Morocco. Our booking was for lunch at 1:30pm and arrived finding the restaurant with only 2 other customers. Apparently, it gets busier in the evenings. We were greeted by the wife, who was very pleasant and she seated us promptly. I had spoken to her twice on the phone before coming when making our reservations and found her very pleasant on the phone, even when on the 2nd call, I had to make changes to our date. We only saw her & the husband, the 2 children made an appearance a bit later and not running around. Husband was reasonably friendly at that stage. We each ordered a different entree & main dish to share between the four of us so we can all try different dishes. One of the entrees had hummus (the antipasta?) and we all thought it was one of the best hummus we've tasted! You can really taste the flavor of the chick peas and not being overpowered by garlic taste. For the mains, we ordered the cous cous royal, lemon beef & lemon chicken tangine, & the kefta (looked like mini-meatballs). We found it all very tasty just like a home cooked meal! True, the portions were a bit small for the prices they charge on the menu, but it was delicious. But hey, for $12.25 per person, we can't really complain. It's not a restaurant that we would travel out of our way to get to, but with the Groupon voucher, it was certainly worth it. Would we go back? If with a Groupon voucher, why not? Would we recommend it? Yes, as food was great, but if we had to pay menu prices, it was a bit overpriced for the amount of portions served. After having visited and dined at the restaurant, we found the other comments very interesting. After we finished our mains and the husband collected the plates, he seemed like he was in a bad mood at that point (but not rude). When you do try it out, you can't come expecting to have a fine restaurant dining experience...come for the 'cultural' Moroccan dining experience.
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