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Influenced by both the Mediterranean and North Africa, Moroccan cuisine is marked by a heavy use of lamb, fragrant spices, and the French tenacity for complex cooking methods. Moroccan-born Yassir Raouli shares his take on his home country’s cooking through both a mobile bistro truck and a sedentary restaurant. He infuses his own creative aesthetic into dishes, adding duck bacon to the lamb burger and filling popovers with melty gruyere cheese. This playfulness is seen across the brunch, lunch, and dinner menus, along with an unwavering dedication to wholesome, organic ingredients obtained from small-scale farmers. The restaurant suggests all dishes be shared.