Moroccan Restaurants in Highland City


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  • The Pearl Restaurant
    Mediterranean delicacies abound at The Pearl Restaurant. Dieters looking for low-fat options will be out of luck, though, as taste trumps caloric value here. Pair your entree with a glass of wine or draft beer — The Pearl Restaurant has a fully-stocked bar to complement your meal. For no extra charge, utilize The Pearl Restaurant's free wifi. Take your meal to the next level on the patio at The Pearl Restaurant. Whether you have a large or small group, The Pearl Restaurant can accommodate both. Great place to bring the whole family with great food and a business casual dress code. You can also serve food from The Pearl Restaurant at your next party — the restaurant offers catering. For those in a rush, the restaurant lets you take your food to go. The lot adjacent to The Pearl Restaurant provides free parking for diners. Taste the greatness The Pearl Restaurant is serving up with meals around $30.
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    163 107th Ave
    Treasure Island, FL US
  • kebab curry pizza
    Chefs handpick the ingredients used to build dishes from scratch daily inside Kebab Curry Pizza. They let chicken, beef, and lamb marinate in a Bandhu Khan special spices recipe before cooking them in a traditional clay oven. That meat is also skewered to create kebabs and tossed into biryani rice dishes. Bowls of curry, most spiced with chilies, saturate pieces of meat and veggies. The menu?s pizza selection ranges from a classic cheese-only topping to the Indian-influenced tandoor-marinated chicken.
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    4149 West Vine Street
    Kissimmee, FL US
  • Isis Hookah Lounge
    Isis Hookah Lounge elevates the experience of dining with friends by adding flavored tobacco to the mix. In the lounge, red plush chairs surround a central table with one or two hookahs, allowing regular access to smoke flavored like pumpkin pie, cranberry-lime, or mint. To complement the hookah, servers deliver appetizers such as paninis, hummus bowls, fruit tarts, and tiramisu. They complete the Middle Eastern ritual with glasses of Moroccan tea and strong batches of coffee, which can be enriched with hazelnut and cinnamon or softened with a splash of milk, vanilla, or cotton balls.
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    8480 Palm Pkwy.
    Orlando, FL US
  • Fez
    As you load up your camel-tongue for its expedition across Fez Authentic Moroccan Cuisine's menu of North African delicacies, start with bisteeya, a sweet, flaky phyllo pastry filled with chicken and almonds and dusted with cinnamon that just might be the only appetizer that doubles as dessert ($4.95). For a main course, adventurous appetites will never go wrong with a tagine (Moroccan stew baked in a clay pot) such as the beef shaban dotted with apricot, almond, honey, and sesame seeds ($15.95). Otherwise, sample the national dish: lamb and vegetable couscous ($16.95), which is traditionally eaten with one's right hand, and never with one's dorsal tentacle. The jumbo shrimp brouchette kebab (marinated in charmoula sauce, $13.95) combines the pleasures of eating and impaling things on sharp sticks. A postprandial mint tea (green tea with spearmint, $2.50) finishes a meal in authentic Moroccan fashion.
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    263 Central Ave
    Saint Petersburg, FL US
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