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  • 83 Main St. Map It
  • Charlestown
  • Moroccan

Published 07/13/2016

Fodor's Review

Chef-owner Samad Naamad draws visitors into his enchanting Moroccan fantasy with hearty, spice-driven food, fragrant cocktails, and bi-nightly belly-dancing shows. Indulge in small plates like calamari rubbed with harissa aioli; then enjoy a drawn-out meal of entrées cooked in a tagine (a clay pot used for slow cooking). For an exotic Sunday brunch, try m'samen, Moroccan semolina pancakes with honey and butter or kebab maghadour, braised lamb tips in charmoula sauce with scrambled eggs, chickpeas, and potatoes. Tangierino bills itself as the first Moroccan chophouse, meaning those with a taste for the slightly less exotic can partake of meat-and-potato offerings, albeit with Moroccan flair. The downstairs hookah bar, Koullshi, is also owned by Tangierino.

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83 Main St., Boston, Massachusetts, 02129, USA

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Restaurant Details:

  • No lunch, but Sun. brunch, 10–3

Published 07/13/2016


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