Closed 2013, will not reopen. not much more to say. Enjoyed it the few times I went. Still plenty of great restaurants in Savannah. Waiting to see what goes in that spot
The owner is friendly, helpful and welcoming. The restaurant atmosphere is great and adds a Moroccan flavor to your dinner. Stop to smoke some fruity Hookah and relax watching a belly dancer show. I recommend sticking with Moroccan style dishes. The middle Easter options such as hummus and baba ganoush were average and I would not order them again.
Been here a few times and not much has changed between visits. The kids had a great time. The belly dancing made them giggle a bit. The decor is nice. I believe it gives off an authentic feel. The service is much the same, as most of the food is meant to be eaten with your hands, which the kids... More
They are no longer in business;however ,they combined with Mirage Restaurant on 20 West Broughton Street. We had to move to outdoor seating because of the noisy whistling air conditioner. Falafel was not freshly made. Meh. Detour to Middle Eastern Restaurant on Montgomery Street.
We came her a few times, last time was even more fun ,the dancer lead all those who would like in belly dancing ,that alone was worth it. The food is always great and so are those folks who serve us
The food is spicy but good. We had reservations for 6: but the belly dancer that was suppose to start at 6 didn't show up until almost 6:30. By the time she dances we had already finished eating. I had visited the restaurant years ago before they moved and the atmosphere was much better. They advertise as family friendly but... More
Took my Girl Scouts here for a unique dining experience. The atmosphere was great and the belly dancing was the highlight of their trip. The food wwas excellent and the adults loved it-the kids not so much :) The main negative thing is that we were charged $24 per person, including the kids, for the chicken kabob plate. Upon an... More
We stopped in late one afternoon, and were the second table for the evening. Our waitress was incredibly slow and it was almost impossible to get her attention. Several other people entered after us and all were met by the hostess who asked if they were wanting dinner or hookah, an option we were not given, by the waitress who... More
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