$20 for $40 Worth of Moroccan Food and Drinks for Two or More
The menu includes a five-course dinner with choices such as tagine of chicken with lemon sauce and olives, couscous topped with a medley of veggies, and brochette Marrakesh—grilled lamb and saffron rice.
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.