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Posted by RVP From Brooklyn on 11/17/2014
I've been coming here for well over 15 years, since my NYU days. The food is always good. Always. It's hard to be consistent over such a long time, but they have done so. And I was very happy when I moved over to Williamsburg, they decided to open a location here too. The food is just as good in Williamsburg as it is in the East Village.
Posted by oujda on 11/08/2014
I lived in Morocco for two years, so I know the real deal. Sadly, Cafe Mogador is a pale imitation. I doubt the chef has been within 3000 miles of Morocco. I ordered the luncheon menu, soup and chicken tagine. The lamb/lentil soup was lukewarm and tasteless. The tagine was a fraud. The chicken was dry. I had ordered the apricot&prune "sauce"-you have choice of several "sauces." It was obvious that unlike a true tagine, the chicken was not stewed with the fruit, but your choice of sauce was simply added to a generic stewed chicken after the fact. I will not be returning.
Posted by Very bad on 05/09/2014
First time in the restaurant and they have very very poor service I ordered a dish that was not described to me as I asked they didn't want to return it the anger was very mean and said you do pay for it even you don't eat i do not recommend This restaurant first and last time
Posted by Tania on 04/23/2014
Food is good but you pay extra for a coffee, NO refills, and extra for toast. How can we eat 2 eggs without toast?? They said toast was $1, but charged $5. I had to tell them there was mistake on the bill
Posted by anonoymous on 05/11/2013
I've always loved Mogador having visited NYC many times and eaten there, but this last time was a not as pleasant. I was told, even though the restaurant was fairly empty since I was alone, I could not sit at a table unless I was eating with someone and my only choice was to sit at the bar (it's first come first serve). The bar was crowded and there was no room, but when the same maitre de saw me leaving, went over and scooted people over. About 1/2 hour later I saw a single man sit at a table for two, the maitre'de said nothing even though there was room at the bar at the time. Was it a gender thing? After a fairly good meal, although no vegetables to speak of, with my salmon dinner, I paid with my credit card and signed off, with a nagging feeling and asked the bartender who had waited on me if that was all and he said yes. I went to the bathroom and left and later realized he hadn't returned my credit card. The whole experience will make me think twice before I go there again.
Posted by Lola on 01/01/2013
My mother is moroccan, so I know Moroccan cuisine. The food and ambiance are really good BUT the waitress are rude, not smiling .I talked to the manager and owner both are super adorable....
Posted by Francine on 04/12/2012
I sat here for a really long time with a great friend and had both breakfast and lunch! Superior coffee and great ambience, Yummy middle eastern fair. Highly reccommend.