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Posted by The Food Lover on 06/03/2004
I just have my best words for this restaurant. I have tried almost all in their menu, and I am honest to find this as one, probably the best place in town. No expensive or fancy restaurant in the UES has made me feel back in home like this one. The crew is just incredible. There are not nicest people in restaurant ever (and Im not a personal friend). This food brings me a sense of happiness like the one I find at home. The Chicken Cous Cous is delicious, The Pan roasted Chicken, just perfect as all the meats. The appetizers and desserts, fascinating. Try anything, you will not be disapointed. Everything here is just a pleasure.
Posted by Anonymous on 05/31/2004
I am so sad that i am moving uptown and will no longer be going to Mogador practically every other day...The best pots of mint tea, the best cous cous, the best brunch, the best hot sauce....and the BEST staff (and no, i am not a personal friend of any of them -- it's just that everyone who works there is extremely nice). I don't eat meat but my friends who do love the tangines, salmon, pot roast, etc....
Posted by Mary on 04/26/2004
Try the Greek Salad... its AMAZING!!!
Posted by ellieavitan on 03/08/2004
Cafe Mogador has it all--great food, ambience, and value.
Posted by Julian on 01/26/2004
Truly wonderful food is served here. I've been to the Cafe Mogador a few times now and go whenever I return to NYC. My favorite dish to date is the lamb sausage w/couscous. The best times I've had have been Wednesday nights when the Cafe Mogador Band plays. They are very good and I got their excellant cd, "Bellydancing for Fun and Profit." Hopefully they have another one by now. A bellydancer is usually with them too which adds to the festive feel. If you're more inclined to talk though, go on another night.
Posted by sueeli on 12/04/2003
A great restaurant that doesn't have much atmosphere. If you are looking for authentic moroccan food then Cafe Mogador is the place. We keep going back over and over again and the food is always wonderful.
Posted by Olivier Messiaen on 10/22/2003
This is my second time going to Cafe Mogador and i can tell you that i will come back again for more. The selection of dishes is easy to understand and there's no confusing weird names or ingredients. The combination platters are a good example. also the Tagines are really wonderful. the cous-cous is very light and fluffy, make sure you get to try it. The hummus is very good and not spicy at all. The pita is served warm but i don't think they make it themselves. The room is lively and sometimes they have a band playing. They serve after 11pm for the late night diners-bar-hoppers. Oh and don't forget to get some turkish coffee. enjoy!