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Posted by Anonymous on 11/17/2008
We had an early dinner here on a Saturday night. There were several tables and only one waiter - he did the best he could... The harira soup was fantastic flavor, and the fallafel was the best I've ever had. Not only did it taste homemade, but recently made! My husband ordered couscous with his entre and I had rice. The couscous was much better cooked and seasoned. To be honest, my rice tasted like Lipton - warmed over. But aside from that, the vegetables were well cooked. I could do with a little less butter and some more spices. We will definitely come here again. The owner is always very pleasant, the decor is warm and cozy, and the food is tasty and excellent value. I give the food a 3.5 b/c of my rice and birwat rolls, but if not for the rice, I would give the food a 4.
Posted by Anonymous on 11/17/2006
The Harira (soup) and appetizers were good and flavorful. My vegetable tajine, though, didn't taste moroccan or have much flavor at all. the Fez tajine was okay. I lived in Fez for a little bit and I was really looking forward to a specific taste that I didn't find. Perhaps without this goal I would've enjoyed my food more, who knows? the service was nice and the meal comes with complimentary bread and beans in a tomato-ish sauce.
Posted by Anonymous on 04/16/2006
went on a wednesday around 5:30. only ones there. food was ok, although expected more (size & quantity) for the money. although the complimentary pita wedges and lentil dip was a nice surprise. cute place, but definitely had high hopes before dining here.