Moroccan Restaurants in Mount Vernon


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  • 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.
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    2334 2nd Ave.
    Seattle, WA US
  • Kasbah
    Though Kasbah?s dining room sits thousands of miles away from the deserts of North Africa, one would hardly know based on the food itself. Each dish owes its faithfulness to the restaurant?s chefs, who moved to Seattle from Casablanca but never stopped cooking the cuisine of their native land. Their menu reflects the diverse cultural influences that have been brought to bear on Morocco?s traditional cuisine, from recipes imported by Arabs and Jews to those of the country?s native Berbers. Kasbah also doesn?t skip a beat when it comes to cultivating a truly Moroccan sense of hospitality, welcoming all manner of humans to dine while banning spitting camels from the premises.
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    1471 NW 85th St.
    Seattle, WA US
  • El Ranchon
    In Focus: El Ranchon Specialty: casual Tex-Mex cuisine Also known for: hospitable service and big portions Must-try dish: the Chiles el Ranchon appetizer—a platter of fresh green chilies that have been charred and drizzled in lime juice Atmosphere: no-frills and family-friendly
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    3416 W McGraw St
    Seattle, WA US
  • Blue Eyed Marys Restaurant
    The blue-eyed Mary is a small flower that blooms for a very short period every spring. Like the fleeting unfurling of these sky-hued petals, Blue Eyed Mary Restaurant's menu is small and seasonal. Chefs Carol Wallace and Kindy Riley specialize in West Coast fusion cuisine, and might crown a bison burger with bacon-shallot relish or pair squash gratin and roasted apples with hazelnuts and soft cheese pate, depending on what's growing locally. Despite the high-end and foodie-friendly nature of its rotating menu, Blue Eyed Mary strives to cultivate a casual, friendly atmosphere that makes their locally sourced food accessible to all and allows diners to leave their monocles and faux British accents at home.
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    1735 Marine Drive
    West Vancouver, BC CA
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