No words, just go! It was quite crowdy...but who cares,it’s NYC and they have truly good food there!
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We had a mixed platter and falafels for appetizers. The falafels were very, very good. Not greasy. The hummus was super fresh. Baba ganoush was good too. The harissa and pita bread both were good and fresh, though I have had better at other places....More
As part of a large dinner party, I typically anticipate that in the course of various food ordering idiosyncrasies a personality clash may erupt between one of the guests and a server. Though some members of our party made special requests, our meals came as...More
My wife and I have been searching for Tagine and the taste that I remember from a long-closed restaurant. We found it at Café Mogador on St. Mark place. It does not come in its traditional clay pot but still very delicious. It is served...More
This was just down the road from where we were staying but we are so glad we picked it. The food is beautifully cooked with some interesting Moroccan flavours on the menu, along with the more standard fare. The service was super friendly and the...More
I went there a couple of times and it's an amazing experience that I strongly recommend. The service should be more kind and gentle. Anyway, the food and the experience are unforgettable.
Rather decent Moroccan food can be found here. This place is for the neighborhood, low key, friendly, and with competent menu and nice service. Brunch line is long but we got a seat as we were one of the very few party of two. Many...More