Stumling upon cosmopolitan fare is not difficult in this great city, yet this is the first place I have experienced Morroccan food. Other than the fact the food is great (think mixture between Spanish & the Middle East with one great bloody hot sauce [optional]), this place also benefits from some key attractions in my view. One, its BYOB so bring a bottle for some cheap drinks. Two, its family owned so expect great service and also for the owners cute little daughter to a twirl in her finery resulting in your girlfriend being everso impressed you managed to finnd such a 'quaint' place - JOB DONE!
Favorite Dish: THe combo starter is great for two & the chicken pie is really nice & really filling!
A simple storefront masks what one Moroccan friend calls absolutely authentic Morrocan cuisine. Al-andalous is a form of music imported from southern Spain.
Favorite Dish: I love tagines and this restaurant makes fine ones.