Moroccan restaurants in Massachusetts
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This lovable hole-in-the-wall is the place in town for Moroccan and Mediterranean fare. Try one of its specials such as Moroccan sardine salad ($7). But why can’t it make decent falafel?
This unexpected gem transports guests from a colonial town house in historic Charlestown to a sultan’s palace in the Moroccan desert. North African specialties include harira (a traditional tomato and lentil soup), couscous and tajine, all with a modern flair. But the highlight is the sexy interior, complete with thick Oriental carpets, plush pillows and rich, jewel-toned tapestries. For a romantic date, reserve a secluded cabana table.
Belly dancers may or may not enhance the atmosphere. For more exotic fun, Koullshi lounge is downstairs.