My first Moroccan food experience at Sultan's Tent & Cafe Moroc I have to say was a questionable experience. I am clueless about morrocan cultural food but I highly doubt their food was authentic or that it was remotely a good representation of the cultural flavors. I say this because the highly recommended braised lamb and was bland, this lamb meat costed me $18 and I expected unique flavors, however, all i got was a well braised piece of meat, yes the meat was tender and falling off the bond perfection but really it had not taste. With a side of couscous and vegetable on the same plate, I was bored with my food by the 3rd bite.
Mint tea and tea pouring performance
White Chocolate Fez
The most heavenly dessert I've tasted in a long while. I highly recommend getting this
Brule Royale also really good
M'hancha - a really nicely baked flaky pastry
I most likely would not return, however, if I do happen to then I would pick desserts from their cafe only.
Question for people who are familiar with Morocco food, is Harira soup suppose to taste like watered down chili? or do I need to find a real restaurant and try it again?