The decor and music immediately takes you to Morocco - cushions on the benches against the wall, Moroccan art, tile-top tables, and sitar music. On my last visit we tried three appetizers: Mazza ($7), a combination plate with at least three types of savory olives, a moderately spicy, thick hummus, babaganoush, and roasted red peppers; an assortment of cigaros ($10), deep fried filo wraps rolled with stuffings of seafood, vegetables and feta or hummus and, cut on a bias; and mushroom ravioli ($10), a bit bland in flavor, but topped with a delicious lemony buttery pomegranate sauce added a nice kick and we mopped up every bit with the accompanying triangles of warm pita bread .
The rack of lamb ($24) was flavored with shallots and thyme in a rich red wine reduction gravy garnished with onions and hard boiled eggs. A trio of lamb, Merguez sausage and chicken kabobs ($17) came atop a rice pilaf strewn with roasted vegetables, and the mahi mahi ($19) was served with perfectly seasoned slices of potatoes and crisp asparagus spears. The menu includes steak, and seafood, soups, and a variety of traditional curry and couscous dishes. Too full for dessert - maybe next time! We have to go back, because the promised belly dancer (9 PM on Fri & Sat nights) was a no-show, an occurrence that the manager assured us was a rarity.