When Tarik and Said moved from their native Morocco to Atlanta, homesickness was hard to cure. So to bring back a taste of home, Tarik learned how to cook the traditional recipes that best reminded him of his homeland. The recipes worked so well to curb homesickness that the duo decided to open Morocco Grill. There, the pair prepares dishes such as whole rotisserie chickens, lamb, and couscous. And Said can bring to bear his extensive experience, which has included serving feasts for the same number of people that Napoleon made bow to him at breakfast every morning: 1,200. The kitchen team spices their dishes with aromatic saffron, cinnamon, cumin, and turmeric to create flavorful dishes that best evoke a Moroccan marketplace. The scenery inside the restaurant further accentuates this aura, with mustard-colored walls surrounding colorful patterned carpets and the occasional belly dancer.