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Posted by Alyssa on 01/21/2008
I have been to Mogador countless times and the breakfast is consistently good! The middle eastern eggs are delicious, poached eggs with a side of hummus and tabouli, with flavorful za'tar pita, yum my mouth is watering thinking about it. My boyfriend is a fan of the halloumi eggs, also yummy. Have had some regular entrees, but definitely go here for breakfast, or if you want to have the most amazing burger, different from any you have had before.
Posted by Anonymous on 12/23/2007
this is my favorite little bistro, consistently good food and friendly service, which is a rarity in the les.
Posted by kc on 12/14/2007
Went to this place on the early side (7 pm Friday night) so didn't have such a long wait. I've only had Moroccan food once, but I'd say I was a little disappointed with this place. I got a chicken apricot and prune tagine with couscous. The chicken wasn't too flavorful and there was not enough sauce.. the couscous was terrific though. Also had some appetizers, all OK but nothing spectacular. Service was kinda hurried and we were given the bill before we had finished our tea. All in all, I wouldn't recommend the place if you're looking for real Moroccan food.
Posted by Bade Nawaab on 09/26/2007
I can see why people like to come to this spacious restaurant in the middle of the buzzing Lower East Side, but a recent visit to the restaurant really put me off. It rekindled my distaste for restaurants that do not accept reservations. Sure enough the hostess that Saturday night was on a power trip, what with the Fashion week crowds swelling up the attendance. I would have expected more graciousness than the "couldn't care less" attitude of the hostess. To top it all the food was pretty average. There are much better Moroccan / Middle Eastern places in New York. Definitely not going back.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/21/2007
as others have mentioned, this restaurant has lowered its standards. the food here is not authentic moroccan... the couscous tastes like it's from a box instead of freshly prepared, and the tagines do not appear to be even cooked in a traditional tagine. unfortunate, because years ago i remember the food here was stellar. prices have soared and, the food is ok, but if you're looking for real moroccan fare, go somewhere else.
Posted by GZB on 08/20/2007
Just ate there last night, 8/20/07 The food and service were very good! Also they have great Israeli beer.
Posted by ernest on 08/12/2007
I'm here since one month, and I should say, this is one of the best places I've been. Great vegetarian cous-cous, I suggest you to go there.