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Café Mogador

Map & Directions 101 St. Marks Place
New York, NY 10009
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212-677-2226
  • Moroccan
  • Sun-Thu 9am-1am, Fri-Sat 9am-2am
  • Delivery, Patio/Sidewalk Dining, Vegetarian Friendly
  • Breakfast, Brunch, Dinner, Late Night, Lunch
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • No Parking

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Village Voice's Description

Go after 5 p.m. when, first off, they bring a lovely tray of small dishes and let you take your pick. Try the cumin-laced beet salad, the verdant tabouli, or the carrot salad, doused with olive oil and lemon juice. The menu at Mogador is mainly Moroccan, and the food is well-prepared and offered at a price that easily beats the other Moroccan joints in town. The best entree choice is the tajine, a thick stew made with chicken or lamb in six variations. Our favorite is made with a powerful paste of garlic, cilantro, and chilis called charmoulla.

 
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  • Bravo on 11/11/10

    This is the place to go for Morraccan food. The tagines are so flavorful. I can't have a meal without the merquen sausage. Eric Wolitzky, Top Chef Just Desserts

  • nymag on 11/18/10

    Comedian/actress Jenny Slate tells us she loves the roasted tomato with Haloumi cheese here in her New York Diet.

  • Stephanie J. on 12/05/10

    middle eastern eggs (poached) were splendid. every element I need in a great breakfast: great poach, good bread for yolk soaking, some yummy greens and a good spread option to combine the elements.

  • New York Habitat on 11/16/11

    Consistently good Moroccan food here. Try the Lamb Tagine or the Cous-Cous Merguez and after your meal take a stroll through Tompkins Square Park.

  • Village Voice on 11/14/11

    Winner of Best Moroccan in the Village Voice 2011 Best Of issue!

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