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Posted by Marcos on 10/14/2009
I went with my wife and everything we had was superb. We started with the hummus, then we had the lamb couscous and the grilled lamb chops as main courses, and finally the pear and cranberry tart. Not just the lamb, but every single garnish and side dish of the meal was absolutely exquisite. The food, literally, made me dance in my seat...no joke.
Posted by anonymous on 09/04/2009
This restaurant has everything. I loved the duck and the best lamb in the world. I look forward to visiting NY to go to this wonderful restaurant.
Posted by TS on 08/13/2009
My boyfriend and I have gone to Mogador several times in the past year and we love it. The tajines are not listed on the menu here, but they're amazing as is the mixed platter (hummus, babaganoush, tabouli and salad). Last time we were there, we tried the falafel plate and were unimpressed. The falafels were small and didn't have the crunch/creaminess that we expected and were overpriced for the amount we got. Also, though the olive and pickle app is good it is also not worth the $$$.
Posted by regular on 05/22/2009
food quality supreme, you can't get a better greek salad anywhere else in manhattan. service is friendly, but this place gets busy so don't expect small talk. i find the prices very reasonable, and what ever happened to valuing quality over quantity. cheap gluttons stay away...more for me.
Posted by sonia on 03/02/2009
The couscous has no taste and is so small and when I ask for some extra sauce, they charged me a ridiculous amount for just 2 Tablespoons ! I never went back !
Posted by Anonymous on 11/19/2008
Mogador use to be a very special cool spot in the EV. not anymore. It turned just like many other restaurants, with no personality. Food is not even half of what it use to be, service is at best cacha cacha. What a shame. I use to love this place, remember when it was such a cozy cute place, before it grew, it was awsome.
Posted by Peter on 10/29/2008
We trekked out tonight despite the cold weather. Thoughts of Mogador's warm ambiance replete with fantastic aromas beckoned. We ordered the haloumi appetizer, a stalwart opener, and it was served sans lemon wedge. For shame. By the time we found our waiter and he returned with lemon, the cheese went cold. My girlfriend's duck confit looked and tasted like it might have died from natural causes. It was dry, and without substance. Long bones, old bird.... The fish tagine was good, not great, and the portion was nowhere in the vacinity of the various tagines I'd enjoyed over the years at Mogador. I left the restaurant angry at myself for not having complained. I've stopped in from time to time over 10 years, and I'm sorry to see the quality has slipped.