We had dinner there last night. The appetizers were huge, and good - a big plate of several dozen olives, and "c igars" - a type oof Moriccan spring roll in a spicy sauce. Delicious!
My wife's main course was supposed, according to the restaurant's website, to consist of a piece of chicken, a lamb chop and some merguez sausages. What she got was the chicken, two merguez, but no lamb chop. When she mentioned this to the waiter, he did bring hera well-cooked, if small, lamb chop.
My main course was a rather scrawny lamb shank; I can get bigger ones, from New Zealand, in the frozen food section of my local supermarket. This was surrounded by loads of coucous, in a tasty sauce.
Halfway through the meal, it was show time. Some red lights went on, and the music, until then a pleasant backdrop, was turned up to a deafening commotion. There was no show, though, just one belly dancer who was not cvery good, mainly shaking her arms instead of her belly.
At the end of the meal, we got Moroccan pastries - very nice - some Moroccan tea, and glasses of arak. I didn't have mine, though, since I then had to drive back to Scarborough,