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$20 for $40 Worth of Moroccan Fare at Marrakech Cuisine

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BYOB Moroccan eatery that earned praise from CBS Chicago and the Chicago Reader for its bold yet accessible flavors

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Expires 90 days after purchase. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in only. Not valid for gift shop purchases. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Morocco was the setting for the famous film Casablanca, a romance notable for depicting the largest bowl of hummus ever eaten by Peter Lorre. Dine on Mediterranean fare in full color with this Groupon.

$20 for $40 Worth of Moroccan Fare

The menu includes the southern breeze with simmered lamb shanks, okra, and green peas ($17.99), and the Mediterranean tajine with tilapia, olives, and vegetables ($15.99). Marrakech Cuisine is open Monday–Saturday, 5 p.m.–10 p.m., and closed on Sundays.

Marrakech Cuisine

The Moroccan tapestries and dangling lanterns in Marrakech Cuisine's dining area lend almost as much northern African flavor as the cumin, coriander, dried ginger, saffron, and paprika blended in the kitchen. These bold yet balanced spices helped earn the eatery a spot on CBS Chicago's 2010 list of the best Moroccan food in Chicago, where it was lauded as "a must visit Chicago restaurant." The menu highlights several of the country's culinary specialties, including earthenware tajines of stewed tilapia, chicken, or vegetables and house-made merguez sausages that the Chicago Reader calls "delectable." Although the restaurant doesn't serve alcohol, it does allow patrons to bring a bottle of wine or a flask of barrel-aged Capri Sun from home.

Marrakech Cuisine

The Moroccan tapestries and dangling lanterns in Marrakech Cuisine's dining area lend almost as much northern African flavor as the cumin, coriander, dried ginger, saffron, and paprika blended in the kitchen. These bold yet balanced spices helped earn the eatery a spot on CBS Chicago's 2010 list of the best Moroccan food in Chicago, where it was lauded as "a must visit Chicago restaurant." The menu highlights several of the country's culinary specialties, including earthenware tajines of stewed tilapia, chicken, or vegetables and house-made merguez sausages that the Chicago Reader calls "delectable." Although the restaurant doesn't serve alcohol, it does allow patrons to bring a bottle of wine or a flask of barrel-aged Capri Sun from home.


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    Northwest Side

    1413 N Ashland Ave.

    Chicago, Illinois 60622

    773-227-6451

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