Morocco is a unique North African country bordering the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Unique because of the combined influence of Arabic, Berber and European cultures. These influences are clearly visible in Moroccan cuisine as well.
I would say that Zarabi has decent ambiance. It’s not a fine dining restaurant but it’s clean and well-decorated with Moroccan artefacts like Moroccan carpets AKA Zarabi. There’s indoor seating and outdoor.
We sat outdoor because that day the night breeze was very pleasant.
If you prefer to sit indoors then book your table in advance because the place gets full especially on weekends. You can also order online.
They have a good variety of starters, mains, desserts and drinks. Check their menu here.
Personally, I found Moroccan cuisine quite near to Indian cuisine. In fact, it was healthier with less oil and spice level was just adequate. Use of herbs, spices and vegetables take the taste of this food to the next level. Also, they use olive oil to enhance the overall flavors. I was reminded of home cooked food while eating some dishes for sure. Thumbs up, Zarabi for that!
Also, vegetarians and vegans, you will have plenty of options to eat at Zarabi. The food was filling yet light on tummy.
Fresh Baked Moroccan Bread – Duo of mini breads in 2 flavors : Semolina & Chia seeds.
Batata Mcharmla – Potato cooked in a delightful spicy sauce, topped with herbs and olive oil.
3dissa – Organic lentils prepared in the traditionnal Moroccan way, cooked in a delicious tomato sauce and topped with herbs & olive oil.
Chlada Khadra – Refreshing salad with preserved lemon, tomato, cucumber, red onions, green pepper with a simple dressing of lemon juice and olive oil.
Couscous Vegan – 7 kinds of vegetables slow cooked in a flavoursome broth and served in the traditional way : base of couscous seeds, decorative setting of vegetables and the broth aside.
Couscous Vegan Berbère Tagine
Desserts and Drink
Milk Pastilla – Stacks of crispy Filo leaves served with a divine orange blossom water cream and Arabic Misk, topped with almonds and strawberries.
Moroccan Mint Tea – we loved its minty taste that’s just perfect.
Baghrir – The famous Moroccan “Thousand Holes Crepe”, served with a warm honey and butter sauce.
A quick tour of our overall experience at Zarabi
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If you have never tried Moroccan cuisine and keen to satiate your tastebuds then do visit Zarabi. You get to taste quite a good variety, it’s located conveniently and priced affordably. Zarabi doesn’t disappoint!
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