A.M to 11:00 P.M, Friday from 11:00 A.M to 11:00 P.M, Saturday from 12:00 P.M to 11:00 P.M and Sunday from 12:00 P.M to 10:00 P.M and the bar area opens everyday at noon and Brunch is served both Saturday and Sunday from noon to 4:00 P.M. If you have difficulties finding parking you can get valet parking which is $3.00 for lunch and $5.00 for dinner. The Moroccan and Mediterranean style restaurant offers an energetic décor with vibrant colors such as yellows and purples in an intimate elegant atmosphere.
For their cocktails you can try the Marrakesh mint tea martini which consists of vodka, mint tea, orange blossom water and fresh lime for $8.50, or the Moroccan mojito which has rum, brown cane sugar and fresh lime and mint or even the Arabesque which has apricot brandy, peach schnapps, fresh orange juice, and white cranberry for $8.00, or even the caramel-fig martini which is vodka, fresh lemon, roasted fig and a caramel swirl for $8.50.
For their dips and spread you can order the smoked eggplant which comes with garlic saffron tomato confit, cilantro and white vinegar for $5.50 or the harissa which is pepper tomato puree, cumin, paprika, cayenne, herbs and lemon for $4.50.
For their oven roasted entrées you can go with the sea bass tagine which comes with carrots, bell pepper, tomato sauce and roasted flat potatoes at market price, or the za’atar grilled lamb chops which come with Ras El Hanout vinaigrette, herbed flat potatoes and goat cheese for $23.00 or even the seven vegetables couscous which is braised vegetables in a saffron broth for $15.00.
And then there are the customers favorite the grilled brochettes or skewers such as the Andalusian scallop which has lemon and paprika served on a warm green bell pepper and tomato salad or the tenderloin of beef filet which comes with house spices, herbs and tomato cucumber salad for $9.00, or the Merguez lamb sausage which comes with oregano, fennel and served on an eggplant salad for $8.00.
And to finish your meal you can order the orange blossom crème brulee with fresh berries for $7.00, or the chocolate marquis which has ganache, genoise and baked hazelnuts for $6.00.