With one sip of the bubbly “Moroccan Kiss” cocktail in this room lit with lanterns and draped in desert-hued fabrics, diners are transported to the exotic land of chef-owner Moumen Nouri’s birth. The culinary journey continues with tapas like the B’stila roll stuffed with orange water-scented chicken and cinnamon almonds or classic zaalouk of roasted eggplant flavored with preserved lemons. Traditional tagines with chicken, lamb, or veggies top the dinner menu
that also includes ground beef (Kefta), merguez sausage, and chicken kebabs, all served with traditional couscous. Moroccan feasts served family-style start at $24 per person, and on Monday’s meatless dishes are discounted 25%.