Inside, the restaurant was gorgeously designed to look like a Middle Easter Tavern with beautiful rugs on the floors and hanging from the walls. The tables were only knee high, and most guests sit on the floor. A beautifully dressed belly dancers jingles from table to table in this dark and ambient room. It was surreal!
The food were well priced (for a Seattle restaurant). For $18.99, you get a decently portioned 5-course dinner. There were unlimited soft doughy bread to finish the sauce from each dish. Wine and beer was cheap as well.
|Marakesh House Salad|
|B'stilla Royale: Mysterious chicken stuffing of deliciousness (Dennis had the vegan version)|
|Breka Vegetarian: Stuffed phyllo with mousseline potato, chopped green onion, parsley, and cilantro|
|Tagine of Chicken Honey and Prunes|
|Tagine of Lamb with Egg Plant|