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Cafe Mogador



101 Saint Marks Place
New York, NY 10009

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(212) 677-2226

Hours

  • Sunday: 9:00 am - 1:00 am
  • Monday: 9:00 am - 1:00 am
  • Tuesday: 9:00 am - 1:00 am
  • Wednesday: 9:00 am - 1:00 am
  • Thursday: 9:00 am - 1:00 am
  • Friday: 9:00 am - 2:00 am
  • Saturday: 9:00 am - 2:00 am

Cuisine: Cafes, Mediterranean Restaurants


4.8 of 5.0 from 241 reviews


price range:$11 to $25

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Cafe Mogador Reviews

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  • espig reviewdelicious food!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    44444 by espig


  • Tess ShebayloGet the parata. Trust me.

    33333 by Tess Shebaylo


  • Toral JGreat for brunch, expect a long wait during prime brunch time (12-2pm), get the halloumi eggs because halloumi

    55555 by Toral J


  • Nora KThe food was good but the service wasn't The waitress FORCED me to pay 20% tip soooo rude and cheap 👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻

    22222 by Nora K


  • Jonathan E.Mezze plate to share as a starter

    55555 by Jonathan E.


  • Sacha CThe one in Williamsburg is way better.

    33333 by Sacha C


  • Allie RThe Middle Eastern breakfast was delicious!!!

    55555 by Allie R


  • Jia LiSo good. Anything egg. Grilled calamari is a few morsels of wonder.

    55555 by Jia Li


  • Erika D.falafel & hummus are amazing. the halloumi breakfast over roasted tomatoes with zaatar was one for the books.

    55555 by Erika D.


  • Adrian PhillipsSpicy carrots, grilled haloumi and lamb tagine with couscous was incredible. Be sure to get some hummus and dunk your pita into it and the spicy red stuff that comes on the side.

    55555 by Adrian Phillips


  • Jenni PDelicious brunch

    55555 by Jenni P


  • Nazanin CFor brunch

    55555 by Nazanin C


  • Peter S.Delicious Moroccan brunch spot. Never fails.

    55555 by Peter S.


  • Simon SThe food is delicious. I especially liked the potatoes that come with the standard brunch. Unlike other places it has lots of space so the waiting time is usually quite short.

    55555 by Simon S


  • KE PThe space feels right out of the film Casablanca, romantic lighting et al. Food is delicious; try the potato leek soup & combo platter with naan, hummus and baba ganoush. Can be hard to get a table!

    55555 by KE P


  • mary nahEggs are awesome. Drinks as well. You might cross some celebs there ;)

    55555 by mary nah


  • Ege ILamb was very very delicious. You'll feel like Moracco. The staff is very kind. You must try it. Thank you !

    55555 by Ege I


  • Lizzy SaxeUgh. So good. Order a tagine for lunch or the Mediterranean eggs for breakfast. Great atmosphere, great Moroccan tea. No complaints here.

    55555 by Lizzy Saxe


  • Alejandra DI wasn't impressed by this place, food is just "ok", the venue isn't particularly nice, and it's usually crowded during the weekends. Not recommended!

    55555 by Alejandra D


  • Fotis Clow key restaurant at the east village with big range of choices. it can get busy and loud but the services is always good.

    55555 by Fotis C


  • Joury WThis place is incredible! One of the best breakfast spots in the area. I had Moroccan eggs and I regret coming here on my last day! I could've visited this place again if I had more time. RECOMMENDED

    55555 by Joury W


  • HolidayOne of the best places in NYC, and kitsch east village. Breakfast, lunch or brunch do hulumi and eggs.

    55555 by Holiday


  • Leah HSmall and cozy--waiters are helpful and don't rush you. Lamb targine with the apricot/plum sauce was amazing

    55555 by Leah H


  • Niko BVery nice breakfast. Try the haloumi eggs!

    55555 by Niko B


  • Laurissa Wolfram-HvassHubby and I got the mixed grill and added a side of carrots and beets. So tasty.

    55555 by Laurissa Wolfram-Hvass


  • Melissa LExcellent hummus. Great for vegetarians!

    55555 by Melissa L


  • Aditi KSkip the octopus. Falafel may be even better than mamoons. Chicken from tandoor over was heavenly - just like malai chicken tikka

    55555 by Aditi K


  • Abe AnwarBreakfast: Moroccan Benedict and Sausage paired with a Blood Orange Mary.

    55555 by Abe Anwar


  • Maggie tReally good service, super attentive, kept bringing more pita when we finished it! Sat us regardless of the fact they were closing in 30 min, and they didn't rush us out. Better falafel than mamoun's

    33333 by Maggie t


  • LamyaMust be added to NY list 👌🏻for Moroccan food lover. Everything here is really good

    55555 by Lamya


  • Neha BThe Halumi and tomato breakfast was delcious!

    55555 by Neha B


  • Giovanni D.One of my favorite brunch places, trick is to arrive before the brunch rush. I've never been disappointed by a meal. Try the Moroccan tea with your meal it's outstanding.

    55555 by Giovanni D.


  • J MGreat spot. Lamb tagine in apricot/prune sauce with cous cous is amazing.

    55555 by J M


  • Francesco GGood tagine!

    55555 by Francesco G


  • Hector T.Moroccan tea is a MUST (doesn't need sugar). The veggie or lamb tagin are the way to go. Cozy authentic spot, be prepared for a wait.

    55555 by Hector T.


  • Adrien AlbertMogador for breakfast. Mogador for brunch. Mogador for dinner. Mogador for lunch. Mogador alone. Mogador with group. Mogador with a date. This place is basically your second home.. with fine cuisine

    55555 by Adrien Albert


  • Danielle BThe brunch here is amazing, especially the Mediterranean Breakfast

    55555 by Danielle B


  • Zack Cget the baba over the humans for sure

    55555 by Zack C


  • Peter L.The hummus is legit. And the lamb tagine is great.

    55555 by Peter L.


  • Andrew JGreat affordable cous cous

    55555 by Andrew J


  • Gretta TI prefer this location to the Williamsburg one. Much more cozy environment

    55555 by Gretta T


  • Sonya D.Breakfast eggplant sandwich for the win. Falafels are also a great appetizer.

    55555 by Sonya D.


  • Miguel EGreat breakfast spot!

    55555 by Miguel E


  • Michael HExcellent food. One of my favorite restaurants in the city

    55555 by Michael H


  • Manda S.Chicken Tagine in lemon olive sauce was perfect. Unfortunately, lamb shank was dry and unseasoned. Cozy, lively, romantic.

    33333 by Manda S.


  • Alex SimonGreat Moroccan

    55555 by Alex Simon


  • Amy TGet the steak NAO. Also the calamari.

    33333 by Amy T


  • Gi 7Delicious brunch!

    55555 by Gi 7


  • Adrien AlbertGrilled curry chicken sandwich and a glass of Spanish red wine at the counter is one of my new favorite lunch in East Village

    55555 by Adrien Albert


  • DoubleDeuceThis menu always pleases my palate as it's always fresh & unique. It can be bustling since it's on St Marks but a great spot for 2. Ask the hostess to seat you away from the door to avoid the draft.

    55555 by DoubleDeuce


  • Zach SBest hummus in the city. Lamb tang ones are good too!

    55555 by Zach S


  • Michelle R.Eggs Benedict during brunch

    55555 by Michelle R.


  • Florie QLamb tajine

    55555 by Florie Q


  • Ibrahim MYemekleri doyurucu ve lezzetli tavsiye ederim ...

    55555 by Ibrahim M


  • Lauren MacMy Bastilla was a warm, flaky pastry filled with chicken and slapped with cinnamon - tasty! Although my friends duck confit was divine...fun atmosphere and fast service.

    55555 by Lauren Mac


  • Valentin G.Excellent brunch place, and Moroccan spot!

    55555 by Valentin G.


  • Adit ABastilla, Tagines, everything is good here

    55555 by Adit A


  • Saarim NThe baba ganoush is fresh

    55555 by Saarim N


  • Nate B.It's settled - this is my new brunch favorite. A Moroccan twist on classic NYC brunch deviates just far enough from the norm, but still satisfies my Sunday Eggs Benedict cravings

    55555 by Nate B.


  • Santi ATry the Middle Eastern Eggs for breakfast. They're healthy and filling. Ask for a side of Harissa if you want a little spice. Show up early to avoid a wait!

    55555 by Santi A


  • Josh O.Lamb tagine, skip desert and go to Davey's

    55555 by Josh O.


  • emma hLamb tagine with potatoes, turnips and saffron is out of this world. Great date and brunch spot.

    55555 by emma h


  • Kat ENice breakfast/brunch menu with some variety and twists on standard items

    55555 by Kat E


  • wuwumiThe Moroccan Benedict is delicious!

    55555 by wuwumi


  • Melissa MBrunch for five or two. We loved everything we ordered. Hummus. Moroccan eggs. Middle Wastern eggs.

    55555 by Melissa M


  • Joe OGreat cappuccino. Dainty portions that are kind of pricey.

    55555 by Joe O


  • Kara T.The lamb. Literally fell off the bone!!!

    33333 by Kara T.


  • Charlotte ScarfI loved my Mediterranean breakfast - poached eggs, tabouli, hummus and za'atar bread. Really fresh and delicious. Can't wait to return and work my way through menu.

    55555 by Charlotte Scarf


  • April M.Great for vegetarian options

    55555 by April M.


  • Patrick BaskinBrunch is awesome, can't go wrong with their pita bread & poached eggs

    55555 by Patrick Baskin


  • Valentina M.Lamb tagine, safron with cous cous. Hummus and baba and tabouleh and salad app platter is a divine meal itself.

    55555 by Valentina M.


  • Andrew L.Great spot for brunch or dinner. Merguez FTW.

    55555 by Andrew L.


  • Kathy LiuLamb and chicken tagline were both delicious! Friend said her couscous was the best she's ever had.

    55555 by Kathy Liu


  • Ina LiFalafel platter(12dollars) for one is more than enough but so delicious!!! The pumpkin chickpea soup is also worth trying

    55555 by Ina Li


  • Rosalind RoongseangMy favorite place for anything tangine or cous-cous.

    55555 by Rosalind Roongseang


  • Andrew F.Get the lamb cous-cous, it's amazing

    55555 by Andrew F.


  • Calvin MultanenA little pricey but the food is pretty good. The chicken and meatball tagines were great

    55555 by Calvin Multanen


  • Matthew K.The tagines are great, and don't forget the hot cider, with or without brandy.

    55555 by Matthew K.


  • Tino BMohican benedicts and baba ganush are a must have!

    55555 by Tino B


  • Jillian SerokaThe tomato ginger soup was piping hot and just the trick for a cold & rainy day! My lemon and olive chicken tagine was flavorful and took me back to Morocco.

    55555 by Jillian Seroka


  • My_two_centsPros: atmosphere is cozy. Cons: Very average food on the contrary to others' reviews. The grilled lamb was very rubbery and dry.(typically lamb is key dish to test the quality of such restaurants)

    33333 by My_two_cents


  • Phoenix 💥💥💥Good Moroccan cuisine

    55555 by Phoenix 💥💥💥


  • Amelie LelargeCafe Mogador sirve un brunch nutritivo, sencillo y sin pretensión. + info sobre East Village en http://ow.ly/FaacW

    33333 by Amelie Lelarge


  • Eric B.The burger is delicious!

    55555 by Eric B.


  • İpek A.Good for breakfast & lunch. Especially if you're a vegeterian there is a lot of choices.

    55555 by İpek A.


  • Brady S.Mediterranean eggs. My fav breakfast in the world.

    55555 by Brady S.


  • Raquelle Jessiebrunch is le bomb

    55555 by Raquelle Jessie


  • Zach GLamb tagine was phenomenal

    55555 by Zach G


  • Paul KernfeldLamb tagine, Mint tea, creme brulee, eggs Moroccan

    55555 by Paul Kernfeld


  • Linh (Kelly) N.Moroccan breakfast with Halumi eggs and Moroccan mint tea

    55555 by Linh (Kelly) N.


  • Mayuresh G.Get the Chicken Tagine in the Charmoulla sauce and the Duvel to wash it down. You'll thank me later.

    55555 by Mayuresh G.


  • Joanne KimI'm all about the Middle Eastern eggs! Savory, healthy, and delicious -- what more can you ask for?!

    55555 by Joanne Kim


  • BrkgnyOrdek iyiydi mezeler de guzel

    55555 by Brkgny


  • Javier CGorgeous! Everything but the Omelet with goat cheese and spinach... out of range!!

    55555 by Javier C


  • Laura B.Everything is great. Morocan mint tea will change your life

    55555 by Laura B.


  • Nader N.Try the chicken tagine with lemon and olives and couscous. Then follow it up with a glass of mint tea and warm baklava. Incredibly good.

    55555 by Nader N.


  • Sana CurrimbhoyEverything on the menu is extremely healthy and delicious. The dishes are large and have a comfort food feeling. The cous cous with chicken has a lot of flavor, it's my favorite dish on the menu.

    55555 by Sana Currimbhoy


  • Jason A.First time checking this place out. Great atmosphere. I tried the duck and it was very good! Can't wait to come back!

    55555 by Jason A.


  • Patricia A.Very nice surprise as we just saw the folks eating outside. Spicy tomato omlette was relish as was the lamb sausage. Wonderful mint tea to compliment the meal. Felt like something out of Casablanca

    55555 by Patricia A.


  • Prathmesh J.Morraccan Benedict. One for here one for to-go.

    55555 by Prathmesh J.


  • Angie AThe Salmon on sautéed beats is perfect

    55555 by Angie A


  • Christine D.I come here specifically for brunch and always order the same thing, country breakfast with two eggs over easy. I love the labne and Israeli salad on the side. Let's not forget the zahatar pita, yum!

    55555 by Christine D.


  • Josh B.one of NYC's best restaurants. From hummus to tagine, it's simply magical! #foodiemagician

    55555 by Josh B.


  • Vida AMmmm... yez.

    55555 by Vida A


  • Hannah Serena GoldsteinIntimate-feeling alcove with the best tagines in Manhattan.

    55555 by Hannah Serena Goldstein


  • Leila AliBest brunch spot downtown. Their chicken tagine/couscous is to die for! And the mango cocktail is so good! Best cappuccino in town. When in doubt, go to mogador.

    55555 by Leila Ali


  • Tracey KLoved the Chicken Kebab Sandwich

    55555 by Tracey K


  • Justin D.Stay away from the ginger waitress.

    22222 by Justin D.


  • SmithaGo for the tagine.

    55555 by Smitha


  • David Jon A.Love the quaint decor and European vibe. Order the falafel, labne, and a lamb grill. Delicious!

    55555 by David Jon A.


  • Doug L.The Batilla is really good. Get it!

    55555 by Doug L.


  • DensGrab the corner spot at the bar for brunch on a super busy, super crowded weekend morning. Oh and the Turkish coffee is the real deal if that's your thing.

    55555 by Dens


  • Serious EatsCharming Middle Eastern spot popular for brunch. Tagines are a must-order, especially the lamb.

    55555 by Serious Eats


  • Chanel C.The Eggs Normandy w/ Smoked Salmon is AMAZING!!

    55555 by Chanel C.


  • Basak H.Amazing Moroccan food. Get chicken tagine with lemon and olives OR lamb tagine with Casablanca sauce and cous cous! They have a great wine selection too. You might wait a little but it's worth i

    55555 by Basak H.


  • Marc N.Worst service I've ever had at a restaurant

    22222 by Marc N.


  • Jamison A.The mixed grill was great. Check out the Gold Rush if you're a fan of Bourbon.

    55555 by Jamison A.


  • Hannah T.Amazing brunch! I got the Middle Eastern Eggs.... Make sure you get something that comes with pita bread, srsly best pita I've ever had! 🙆💓

    55555 by Hannah T.


  • luis d.Comida muito boa e excelente atendimento

    55555 by luis d.


  • Nastoush N.Try their tajine , it's absolutely amazing ! My favorite - lamb tajine with prunes and apricots NOMnomnommmmmmmmm🍑

    55555 by Nastoush N.


  • Itamar H.Really good hummus and falafel! :)

    55555 by Itamar H.


  • Alexandra O.With an outdoor seating area that looks out on St. Marks Place, you'll have plenty of people watching to keep you busy. Alternatively, the bartenders are great company as well.

    55555 by Alexandra O.


  • Jessica F.Beautiful little place with outdoor seating options, and great flavorful food

    55555 by Jessica F.


  • Moshe T.Place is tits

    55555 by Moshe T.


  • Anna🍀 L.We waited for 40 mins to get a table. But they gave us an apologizing appetizers and the food is worth of waiting!! Love it

    22222 by Anna🍀 L.


  • Cesar R.Get a glass of fresh-squeezed OJ, and a side of pickles and hummus to start off. Can't go wrong with the Moroccan Benedict or Goat Cheese Omelette.

    55555 by Cesar R.


  • Justin D.Mixed platter,cous cous, Bastilla and lamb tagine are great. They don't take reservations so expect a long wait - but well worth it. Never had Moroccan food before and I was thoroughly impressed.

    55555 by Justin D.


  • Betsy S.Ginger martini. Yum!

    55555 by Betsy S.


  • Uli G...yammy food !!!

    55555 by Uli G.


  • Candace C.If you're looking to eat somewhat healthy, the vegetable tagine with couscous was amazing !! Loved it. Definitely coming back to try brunch

    55555 by Candace C.


  • Chris C.Halloumi Eggs... Do it

    55555 by Chris C.


  • Thomas W.The Country brunch is great

    55555 by Thomas W.


  • Sean C.Eat anything on the menu. It's all fantastic. But if you want specific advice, beeline it for the tagine.

    55555 by Sean C.


  • Adam F.Cafe Orlin is better. Don't be fooled.

    33333 by Adam F.


  • Steve W.The best labneh I've had in the united States.

    55555 by Steve W.


  • O.Cucumber Martini is pure sex.

    55555 by O.


  • VoiceStreetServed with puffy homemade pitas, you can easily make a meal for two from five of the appetizers. Our favorites: fried eggplant with tahini, yogurt with olive oil, and spicy cumin-scented carrots.

    55555 by VoiceStreet


  • Shahi H.Sweet waiter- great food. Try the morrocan tea

    55555 by Shahi H.


  • SalwaFavorite dish on the menu: Lamb with charmoula sauce!

    55555 by Salwa


  • Kenneth T.Tasty tagines, had a chicken + apricot plum one

    55555 by Kenneth T.


  • Jetz G.Hummus & Falafel Platter $12.00....Blood Orange Martinis $10.00 & Turkish coffee $4.00 a must!!!

    55555 by Jetz G.


  • QbertplayaAfter a long wait server admitted she never submitted our entrees to kitchen and we had to reorder and wait some more. No comped apps or drinks. Fail. Good food tho.

    22222 by Qbertplaya


  • Maylet G.Don't known what happen today... But was the worst service ever!!!!!! Is a shame.... Not even busy!!!

    11111 by Maylet G.


  • Yuri K.Middle eastern eggs

    55555 by Yuri K.


  • Berni A.Delicioso, entre semana especial de desayuno, domingos reeepletos!!

    55555 by Berni A.


  • Adam S.Skip the duck, jump straight to the merguez cous-cous. Hummus falafel platter is a strong start.

    55555 by Adam S.


  • Janis K.Don't miss the lamb tagine casablanca

    55555 by Janis K.


  • ManasviI ordered the mixed platter. It was delish. The hummus was so fresh and the pita so soft!

    55555 by Manasvi


  • Barbara G.The best iced tea in town - with a touch of honey and fresh mint leaves

    55555 by Barbara G.


  • Marcela D.Great babaganoush, hummus, tagine, israelí beer, and baklaba! Ambience amazing!!!

    55555 by Marcela D.


  • Dan T.Some hate the busy atmosphere (not super loud, just busy) and resulting mediocre service. Brunch bartender likes to give high maintenance customers a hard time. Despite all this I love it (food).

    55555 by Dan T.


  • Vishal G.The molten chocolate cake is insanity. Do it.

    55555 by Vishal G.


  • Laura V.Get the Moroccan Eggs Benedict for brunch.

    55555 by Laura V.


  • Jaimee E.One of my favorite spots for brunch & dinner. Brunch - bloody mary, americano, app of labne, middle eastern eggs, side bacon. Dinner - soup of the day, mixed app plate, chx tangine w/ charmoula

    55555 by Jaimee E.


  • Patrick F.Halumi Eggs

    33333 by Patrick F.


  • Sarah Q.The Bastilla is out of this world!! Best I ever had.

    55555 by Sarah Q.


  • Nazila M.One of my favorite places. Love their lamb tagines with couscous.

    55555 by Nazila M.


  • Sky D.The salmon and beets and herbed couscous is a truly stupendous dish. The kadaif with lavender honey (dessert), meanwhile, is of another WORLD. Foodgasm to the max.

    55555 by Sky D.


  • John M.The middle eastern breakfast is awesome. Try the strawberry jam too! Best I've ever had.

    55555 by John M.


  • Aileen T.shrimp with garlic and house harissa sauce

    55555 by Aileen T.


  • Tiana R.Patti Smith was here.

    33333 by Tiana R.


  • Johnny G.IMO This place is a step above Cafe Orlin with regards to food quality and preparation.

    55555 by Johnny G.


  • Vicente S.Perfect for a Hurricane day!

    55555 by Vicente S.


  • Paula L.Love the middle eastern eggs. If you like real mint leaves in your tea, order their moroccan tea too.

    55555 by Paula L.


  • Callie M.The mixed grill was fantastic. They originally brought out the wrong dishes, but quickly replaced them with the right ones and even gave us free glasses of champagne.

    33333 by Callie M.


  • Allison B.The Moroccan eggs are to die for. Best brunch ever.

    55555 by Allison B.


  • ExperiencesBEST FOR PANCAKES. If you like pancakes, pancakes.

    55555 by Experiences


  • Anneke J.great brunch. i had the benedict with smoked salmon (eggs were perfect, salmon was flavorful, english muffin was delish). comes with a nice little salad and really good home fries.

    55555 by Anneke J.


  • GNTLMNTake eggs, minus toast & potatoes, plus humus, harissa, & pita. Middle-eastern meets western brunch surprisingly well. There's a much needed 2nd location in BK as this joint is always causing a cue!

    55555 by GNTLMN


  • JackieFood is good but the service by the host was just not. He blatantly gave a table to another couple right in front of my eyes Could be the color of my skin?!? Think twice before you visit...

    22222 by Jackie


  • Elena V.Mix the sweet iced tea and lemonade for a refreshing summer drink.

    55555 by Elena V.


  • GNTLMNTake eggs, minus toast & potatoes, plus humus, harissa, & pita. Middle-eastern meets western brunch surprisingly well. There's a much needed 2nd location in BK as this joint is always causing a cue!

    55555 by GNTLMN


  • Bennet G.Chicken Bastilla and Moroccan Benedict are to die for.

    55555 by Bennet G.


  • Spencer F.Really good hummus, but it's easy to fill yourself up on it. Plan accordingly.

    55555 by Spencer F.


  • Katie W.My waitress said, if you're trying to decide between the halumi eggs and anything else, get the halumi eggs. She was right! Amazing.

    33333 by Katie W.


  • VeronicaThe Labne is amazing!

    55555 by Veronica


  • Lee H.One of the best Greek salads I've ever had

    55555 by Lee H.


  • Luke H.Hummus is amazing, middle eastern eggs amazing, omelette is amazing

    55555 by Luke H.


  • matt s.OMG - the brunch is ridiculous. Give the moroccan eggs a whirl

    33333 by matt s.


  • Mike T.This place is amazing. Te food is great the wine list has a bunch of wines for $40 and under every bite was better than the next!!

    55555 by Mike T.


  • Laura C.Large pot of mint tea is a must

    55555 by Laura C.


  • LizaDelicious food in a fun and loud atmosphere. And the banana bread pudding is where it's at!

    55555 by Liza


  • Derwin W.Last time I came for brunch. Everything was delish

    55555 by Derwin W.


  • ChaoBest dishes: chicken tagine w/Potatoes, Turnips & Saffron w/cous cous; mint tea; strawberry and rhubarb crumble

    55555 by Chao


  • Gene S.Moroccan tea with cookies is a must-have finish to a great meal here

    55555 by Gene S.


  • Zucker B.Its all good

    55555 by Zucker B.


  • Jackie J.I love this place! Moroccon food is usually just ok but this place has the best lamb or seafood tagine! Great wine list!

    55555 by Jackie J.


  • Tony P.If you are on the LES, beat a path here. There will be a line, but it'll be worth it (for the coffee alone!).

    55555 by Tony P.


  • Mikayla N.one of my favorite EV brunches

    55555 by Mikayla N.


  • Christine K.awesome moroccan and cheap!

    55555 by Christine K.


  • Errol A. A.Order the Lamb on skewers with couscous...

    55555 by Errol A. A.


  • Ibrahim M.Harissa soup is great and so is the chicken tagine

    55555 by Ibrahim M.


  • Thomas P.The lamb tagine is delicious, and the hot cider w/ brandy will make for a perfect dessert :)

    55555 by Thomas P.


  • Zara C.Lamb tagine, casablanca style. Do it. You will not regret.

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  • Savanah S.Hanger steak is to die for.

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  • New York HabitatConsistently good Moroccan food here. Try the Lamb Tagine or the Cous-Cous Merguez and after your meal take a stroll through Tompkins Square Park.

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  • VoiceStreetWinner of Best Moroccan in the Village Voice 2011 Best Of issue!

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  • sharon l.Greek salad

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  • Miles B.Omelette with Goat cheese is amazing. Plus, Pierre the bar tender is badass

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  • Olivia AHave the middle eastern eggs!

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  • Nina C.Halumi eggs all the way, you won't be disappointed.

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  • Sarah C.The Gold Rush is amazing. Maker's Mark, lemon and honey.

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  • Vishal G.Best tomato ginger soup

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  • The Local East VillageAlain Levitt recommends the Moroccan eggs. "Ten years eating there and not a bad experience."

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  • Billy AMiddle Eastern breakfast is to die for

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  • Rebecca G.Grilled chicken is amazing. Make sure to order cucumber dill yogurt on the side.

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  • Rebeka MThe gin Germaine is awesome! And it's got a nice star anise on top.

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  • Brooklyn365One of our favorite East Village haunts. Sit at the bar, chat up the mix of locals and have one of the best $9 eggs/potatoes/toast/oj/espresso this side of the East River.

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  • Ana S.Great Mediterranean restaurant. One of the best in NY. Try the tabbouleh with labneh. very yummy!!

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  • stephiedooLamb tangine with green sauce is just absolutely amazing. Hits the spot.

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  • Andrew JHumus and cous cous were on point--good atmosphere and service

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  • Toia C.Mixed platter, best thing on this earth!

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  • Krista C.Lychee Martini! Chicken Grill & Hummus are amazing as well!

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  • Jen B.Hummus w/ hot sauce that is amazingly hot. Duck confit that's always on the specials menu & comes w/ amazing fries. The Bastilla. Yummy salads. Lamb tagine w/ apricots & prunes. So much is so good!

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  • Christie G.Vegetarian Cous-Cous. All-time. Mmmmmmmmmmm.

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  • Tim W.Blackstone Eggs for brunch. The OJ is amazing too.

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  • Kathryn M.Mmmm moroccan meatballs!!!!!

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  • Neelam P.Get the tagine and try to get here before 8

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  • Sarah H.I fell in love with the Moroccan tea. Try a pot!

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  • Nick D.Country Breakfast w/ extra jam never let's me down. Service is great but it gets a bit crowded. Best to pick off times for a cooler experience. Also, if you dig coffee, try out the Turkish coffee

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  • Sarah C.My fave place to take visitors. Delicious food at a reasonable price. Try to come before 8. They're always busy.

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  • Sophie JSuper cute.

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  • SEast village gem. Love the tagines

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  • Maria W.Ordee the wild'shroom risotto and molton choco cake w vanilla ice creammmm

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  • Chris B.These guys refill water faster than any restaurant I've been too. Great stuff when you're hung over.

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  • Yann R.Tajines are just amazing! Ask the waiter for the one that would best fit you (sweet, spicy,...)

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  • Meredith B.You can order the Moroccan mint tea half-sweet. Sip it and enjoy the people watching.

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  • Nikhil KOrder the lamb chops. Can't ever go wrong with that at this place.

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  • Jorge B.get the Bastilla! best chicken pastry i've ever had

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  • Vik B.green chicken tagine is awesome.

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  • Natasha A.The Eggs Champignon during weekend brunch is amazing.

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  • Jessica R.The Lamb Tagine with Fruit and Cous Cous is the best here! Love it!!! And the whole brunch menu is great here too!

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  • Vivian MLove the Lamb cus cus and the whole ambiance

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  • Kate H.Top recommendations: spicy carrots, falafel hummus platter, merguez platter, chamoillah lamb tagine. Blood orange mimosa unbeatable at brunch

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  • HarlemVoiceThis place always takes you away to its Moroccan, North African culture of exotic cuisine. Try the lamb tagine, yummy!!

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  • Erica L.Quite possibly my favorite restaurant in the East Village! Great for brunch and dinner.

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  • tom Nfun for east village meal..good food ..good crowd

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  • Katherine FWeekend brunch - do it

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  • Ryan JEat an omelette. so good

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  • Nick N.get the middle eastern eggs for brunch! trust me

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  • Katherine L.Provided you know you are going to a Moroccan restaurant, order anything. You'll love it, especially any of the tajines. Sit by the window for decent East Village people-watching.

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