Tonight we ate dinner at a restaurant in the city called Dar Naji.
The food was excellent once again!
Getting seated for dinner on semi-traditional Moroccan seats. They are usually closer to the floor, these were like regular chair height.
The menu, printed on leather.
Beautiful traditional Moroccan light fixture.
Appetizer #1 - Each pile is chopped up eggplant, carrots, and tomatoes mixed with herbs like cilantro, onions, and more with an olive on top.
Appetizer #2 - A fried patty of minced chicken, potato and roasted almonds covered with powdered sugar and cinnamon.
Rfissa - curried chicken with onions over shredded bread.
The shredded bread was very similar to paratha roti or buss up shut roti that is made in the Caribbean.
Entree #2 - Beef Tagine with prunes and half of a boiled egg.
The national Moroccan drink is sweet green mint tea.
Here is the waiter pouring it in the traditional way for us after our meal.
The higher a man can pour tea, the stronger he is supposed to be - or so they say in Morocco.
Entrance to the restaurant.
Leaving with a smile!