The restaurant is unassuming, rather small and lacks all the usual trappings of Moroccon restaurants - bellydancers, pillows and overall glitter. And that's a relief. Right away it seems that the emphasis here is on the food. That's only partly correct. The emphasis is on the entrees. Appetizers are in general quite bland, the dough is savory but the fillings (kafta, chicken) lack spice and salt. The lamb tagines, however, redeem the place. The New Zealand organic lamb shank is large, scrumptious and melt-in-your mouth good. Whether accompanied by sweet prunes and almonds or berber combinations of lemons, olives and sweet peas..it is delicous. And another great thing, besides the fact that all entries are $14 or less, the restaurant has a BYOB policy. And don't forget the Moroccan tea, that is safe to say the most delicious fresh mint tea I've ever tasted (and I've heavily indulged in the tea lounges in Granada and Cordoba).
Overall.. a great find.
Pros: tagines, tea