In-PersonArts District, Los Angeles Downtown


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Banquet (20+ Guests)
Hello everyone! Salaamu 'lekum! Welcome to Taste Africa In Style. On the map of Africa, we are now in Morocco, on the Northern part of the continent. One cannot cook African cuisine without cooking Moroccan dishes. Moroccan cuisine is one the most diversified cuisines in the world. The spices they use in their dishes, the flavors are wow! The moroccan lanterns are ready to be lighted Please join me on our Moroccan night, of music, flavorful Berber cuisine and more!

Menu detail

Harira Dekra
Harira lamb, chickpea, lentils stew. Everyone in Morocco is familia with Harira. It is eaten throughout the year but, I believe mostly more in the Ramadan month. In this version of Harira, I have, spices, preserved lemons, olives and more!
Moroccan Spices Carrots
Small Plate
These Carrots will keep you asking for more! Cooked with garlic, cayenne, paprika, cumin, cinnamon, lemon and cilantro. If I can find any figs, it goes in there too!
Moroccan Beef Apricot Kebabs
Small Plate
This moroccan kebab is a favorite of mine. I mean who can say no to spice marinated beef, onion, apricot kebabs? I will say this is another winer!
Moroccan Chicken Tagine
Chicken cooked in Tagine with apricot, almonds, olives,Ginger, Olives, Garlic, Carrots, Cauliflower, Lemons, Saffron, spices and more! This is another popular dish from Morocco. Just the thought of the Tagine is exotic, and the chicken is full of flavor! This is another one for the book!
Moroccan Chickpeas Spinach and Chard
Small Plate
Wow! This is delicious! Chickpeas, spinach, chard, cayenne, jalapeno, ginger, turmeric, paprika, cinnamon and fresh herbs, all come together to make a fantastic dish!
Moroccan Meatballs
No bread, No eggs No problem! This is the only way I like my meatballs! This fantastic Moroccan meat balls is cooked in spicy tomato sauce, full of flavor, and it is just delicious. Served with sweet potato mashed and sauteed kale.
Moroccan Saffron Golden Couscous
Small Plate
You just cannot have all these dishes without adding couscous to the meal. That would be a crime right? That is why I have added this beautifully cooked couscous with saffron, turmeric cilantro to the Menu. Now I believe our feast is almost complete!
Moroccan Table
On the table, We also have a few little delights for your enjoyment. Spice Olives, Green Pepper Salads, Hummus, lemons, and Arabic bread.
Moroccan Citrus Fruit Salad | Yogurt
Yogurt top with Moroccan citrus fruit salad and mint.
Moroccan mint tea
Moroccan mint tea. A traditional tea in Morocco.


In-PersonArts District, Los Angeles Downtown
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