Almost as pleasurable as a restaurant's food are the little rituals that go along with it: perusing the menu, anticipating the meal, and hiding under the table and grabbing passing waiters by their ankles. Drink in the whole experience with this Groupon.
- $28.75 for a five-course Moroccan dinner for two (a $39.90 value)
Marrakesh Moroccan Restaurant
Cream-striped fabrics spread across the ceiling, transforming the dining room at Marrakesh Moroccan Restaurant into a sultan's tent. Hanging metal lanterns and a string of colorful lights cast soft shadows on damask panels, and patrons perch on small pillows around low circular tables as they bask in Moroccan hospitality. Diners feast from a menu featuring delicacies such as lamb m’rouzia simmered in honey, cinnamon, nutmeg, and roasted almonds; braised cornish hen in preserved lemon and olives; and the national dish of Morocco, couscous topped with lamb or chicken, onions, chickpeas, and a seven-vegetable medley. Marrakesh Moroccan Restaurant's five-course Royale Feast Dinner highlights the chef's selections, and Moroccan beers and wine pair with dishes.
95% of 611 customers recommend
“You may have to sit on low pillows, dress accordingly. You will eat with hands. Licking your plate is probably acceptable. You will get a lot of good food! Go for...”
“You may have to sit on low pillows, dress accordingly. You will eat with hands. Licking your plate is probably acceptable. You will get a lot of good food! Go for times when a belly dancer performs, bring singles or bigger money to stick into her skirt.... Bathroom is on the lower level where you will discover there is the whole other big room of dining people. In 2010 some waiters were really grumpy and rude, in 2015 even the grumpy guy was smiling! ”
“be prepared for it to be dark”
“Bring money to tip the dancers with. Also, bring some silverware if you don't want to eat with your hands. They have silverware available there, upon asking, but you...”
“Bring money to tip the dancers with. Also, bring some silverware if you don't want to eat with your hands. They have silverware available there, upon asking, but you may as well bring your own since it's a busy place. Get a spot on the bench, because sitting on the floor is uncomfortable. The dishes I've had are very good, to me, and I'm a fairly picky eater. ”
1201 NW 21st Ave.
Portland, Oregon 97209