Posts tagged ‘Moroccan’

Marrakech Moroccan Las Vegas

As soon as I walked into Marrakech Moroccan restaurant we were greeted by the owner Tariq and the environment and mood made me feel alive! The belly dancer was working her way through the tables of patrons, the music was captivating and I was ready to eat, enjoy the show and dance!

We had the Prix Fixe 6 course menu. Every dish was tasty! Loved the shrimp with lemon/garlic sauce, beef & chicken was so moist and dessert was divine!

Just when I thought I couldn’t eat anymore the next dish would come out. I ate EVERY last bite. It was too good to pass up! I didn’t care how full I was…and that’s where the belly dancing came in!!!!

http://www.marrakechvegas.com/‎

Prix Fixe 6 Course Moroccan at $45 per person

Moroccan Style Shrimp Scampi
Sauteed in lemon, wine and garlic

Harira Soup
Lentil, rice, lemon an spices

Marrakech Sampler
Hummus (garbanzo/tahini dip), Taktooka (Moroccan green pepper, tomato appetizer) Moroccan olives, cucumbers, beets & carrots

Beef & Chicken Brochette (Kabob)
Tender beef marinated & grilled to perfection

Royal Moroccan Couscous Platter with Djaj (Chicken)
Served the traditional way, with heaps of assorted vegetables including butternut squash

B’stilla
Our version of the classic Moroccan pastry stuffed with bananas, nuts & chocolate. Topped with heaps of powdered sugar, cinnamon and served with traditional mint tea

Baklava

Ouled Thaleb Syrah (red)
Wild berry, blackberry. Fruit & smokey spice. Medium body with lively finish.

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Dish with Trish at Ta-eem Grill

Lunch at Ta-eem Grill trying shawarma (chicken)for the first time!
Shawarma is a Levantine Arab or Arab meat preparation, where lamb, chicken, turkey, beef, veal, or mixed meats are placed on a spit (commonly a vertical spit in restaurants), and may be grilled for as long as a day. Shavings are cut off the block of meat for serving, and the remainder of the block of meat is kept heated on the rotating spit.

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