by wanderer 2005
December 29, 2004
The 6-course, set-price menu begins with starters like herb-flecked lentil soup, couscous, and cold seasoned vegetables. Entrées include crispy roasted quail; garlicky shrimp; and B'stilla, shredded chicken and almonds wrapped in phyllo.
I can't say enough about this place. The food and service are exceptional--a 6-course meal that you eat with your hands in a Moroccan palace. The salad starter was wonderful, and the lamb was out of this world. The bread keeps coming, but don't fill up on it. Belly dancers end the evening, which makes it even that much better.
I truly recommend this place to anyone who likes to try something new. It's good for either a group or for a romantic night out. It might be okay for children, but not toddlers or babies.
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