We have 100% halal Moroccan food, including lamb tajine, chicken tajine & fish tagine, halal gyro, sandwiches, smoothies, moroccan hat mint tea. Soon to have halal pizza. Added on September 22, 2013 and last updated 8 years ago
★★ The food is AMAZING but sadly I recently learned that the food is NOT Zabihah halal....the owner said all chicken and beef is halal...I wish with such a big Muslim community we would have more restaurants offering Zabihah halal so we wouldn't have to drive to dallas for good food :( Posted on October 1, 2017
★★★ My experience was ok with my first try.
The restaurant was dirty and unorganized. There were dirty plates on at least 2 tables and the lady behind the counter seems less caring about those. I can understand the home style feel but it is still a restaurant after all. Parking is very tight at the front but I read that they do have plenty of parking in the back.
Why the owners have not kept up with their facebook page is beyond my thinking. There should be, at least, a latest menu along with the prices and possibly pictures to go along.
I entered the restaurant and did not find any restaurant style menu. Instead their were old and dirty pictures with corrected prices on the wall behind the counter. Their were old photocopies of the few items that they have on the counter. No idea how this restaurant is running!
On the positive side, I found their prices to be decent with the portion you will get. They do have specials available on each day of the week. Big day is Friday when they have famous Morocon Couscous for $9.99.
I got Morocon Couscous and Kofta sandwich for 5.99 (with fries). Morocon Couscous was ok. It comes with vegetable, soup type thing, and nice soft lamb meat right in the middle of the dish. Kofta sandwich is basically a meatball sandwich but it has Olive also which adds a little extra kick.
Overall a dirty and unorganized restaurant with ok priced food. I may or may not go again. Posted on April 5, 2014