I visited this restaurant with my friend and families. I had to park my car roadside as the restaurant parking was full (there may be 8 parking spaces). Inside, the ambiance was great. It will feel like you are in a restaurant at Morocco itself. Server were quick to attend us and they were very courteous. They explained the traditional Moroccan way to start before we start our dinner. I felt it was interesting custom of this restaurant. I liked it. Food was really great. I had the best lamb here. We ordered Rabbit and Chicken dishes which was equally good. Food price is considerable. Not that high w.r.t. the quality. We also tried some Moroccan drinks, like Moroccan Kiss, Moroccan Beer etc. We liked them as well. Ladies in our group were not that happy though with the drink. Price of drink are on higher side. So I will recommend to opt for less drink (try beer which will be less costly than cocktails) if you are on a budget expense. Belly dancing was superb. I would like it for a bit longer time though :). I will recommend to book your table before arriving there. And there are coupons available in Groupon. Do try them out.
What a fun evening! We had a great table, small area with a couch like setting, many pillows. The food was excellent and had the sausage !!
Excellent experience. Definitely go for the family style!
Visited this restaurant to celebrate a birthday. It turned to be an excellent experience for all eight of us. Food was different, and it was out first experience trying out Morrocon cuisine. Try the family dinner set. Great stuff with lots of variety. We lived the belly dance performances and it added to the beautiful evening. The deco at this restaurant was also outstanding and seating was comfortable.
Well this was an interesting experience. We went on a Sunday night and many tables were already filled. We arrived at 6:30PM and the owner(?) came over to take our drink orders and to explain specials, but just as he was about to take our orders, the dancing music came on and the ordering was suspended until the belly dancer finished about 10 minutes later. The dancer was sweet, pretty and very interactive with the patrons. So, more people came in and we were surprised that some of the late arrivals had food on their tables while our table remained barren, with nary a slice of bread. We were starving by the time the waiter finally came to take our order. We had decided on the prix fixe menu and he did his best to upsell other appetizers, but we declined (a good decision, since the amount of food on the prix fixe menu was very plentiful). So we waited and waited for food and finally the soup arrived. The bread basket was being presented to other tables, and at this point we wanted to go up and just grab a few slices, but the bread never came until the trio of salads was brought to the table. One of our party ordered a Coke and it was literally 15 minutes before it was delivered. The soup was excellent and the Moroccan salads were the best part of the meal, in addition to the wonderful house made bread. The next course was delayed again, and finally we were served a sort of chicken enveloped in phyllo and dusted with powdered sugar – very Moroccan, with mixed reviews at our table. And then came the extremely long wait for our main courses, literally 45 minutes from the aforementioned chicken appetizer to our main courses. All the while sitting in very uncomfortable stools or banquettes. And then, at the very instant that the main courses were placed in front of us, the loud dance music started again and we delayed eating for a few minutes in respect to the dancer. Grrrrrrr! The main courses were OK, with the Chicken Tajine the only standout. But really, our arrival at
Great food, fun atmosphere, a little pricey. Website has coupons and deals if you pay cash only. You eat with your hands but hey, when in Rome, do as the Romans.
Come rock the casbah and your taste buds at Babouch Moroccan Restaurant, offering indigenous dishes sure to excite the palette from first bite to last.
Awesome food! Highly recommend eating here. Friendly management. Cool belly dancer. Only downside, waitresses never smile and seem unhappy.
The belly dancing here is amazing. Book your reservations around 9pm & enjoy the show!
If you like red wine, try the Amazir, a great Moroccan wine.