Tajine Alami- Restaurant Review

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Great Moroccan Food!

Great Moroccan Food!

Love to eat with your hands while reclining on a pillow? Tajine Alami is your place. If you have not experienced, or long for, the charm and excitement of genuine Moroccan dining, you must try Tajine Alami. We were able to save fifty percent on our first visit with a voucher downloaded on FoodieClicks.com.
We all tried the six course “Feast”. Both the Lamb and lentil and vegetarian soups were savory and spicy a great start. The Moroccan cous-cous and hummus came out with some really delicious honey wheat bread. We all loved scooping in up with the bread and our fingers! The next course is their “Bastella”, a phyllo dough pastry filled with chicken, almonds, spiced egg and topped with cinnamon and sugar. We had to fight over this one. It is so unique and a great combination of meat, egg and sweetness. An unexpected delight.
We washed this down with the homemade sangria, a pomegranate martini, and some ordered the Moroccan beer. The pomegranate martini was the most uniquely flavorful of all. It has a great bite and sweetness to it. For main courses we all tried something different. All of the main courses are served in a “tajine” and are easy to eat with your hands. The Lamb dishes were savory and delicious. The beef special was spicy, but not too hot.
What we really loved was that all of the dishes combined spices in a fantastic way-everything from garlic, ginger, tumeric, cumin, cinnamon and paprika and more. They really have a deft hand for combining spicy to add a unique and delectable flavor to their dishes. We finished off with some homemade baklava and hot tea that the server poured into glasses on her wrist, arm, foot, elbow etc. What a show!
Speaking of shows, during our meal they had a very talented and classy dancer entertaining with everything from swords, to scarves to candles. We really had a wonderful and leisurely meal at Tajine Alami. Its a great place to go if you want something very unique and/or romantic.

 
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  3. Try Uchena on Colorado and 25th. With the exception of their coffee, their food is excellent. I’m really enjoying these reviews. Nice work.

  4. Oh, and review Carlos Bistro as well. That has always been a favorite of mine and I’m interested to read your review of it since you mention hospitality quite often in the reviews.

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