Moroccan Jannah integrates the synthesis of flavors and spices from traditional Moroccan and Middle Eastern kitchens. Our menu reflects the huge variety of dishes from North Africa and the Middle East – from delicious salads & pastries to couscous and tajine’s (meat, fish & vegetarian). Choose from classic dishes, or weekend specials, which incorporate Middle Eastern and North African contemporary influences. The focus is on well-sourced and freshly cooked ingredients.
I very seldom submit a review, but felt obligated to submit one after our experience. I found a coupon for this restaurant, so decided to check it out with my two sons. My initial impression upon walking in, was sparse decor, bordering on depressing, but I was here for the food, and understood they were new. The trouble started immediately, warm water with no ice, and then was followed by our waitress coming back to inform us that the appetizers we had chosen, were not available. Neither were our second or third choices. They were out of 3/4 of the appetizers on the menu at 5:30 p.m.
We ordered the charred vegetables, which were delicious, but portions were small.
Our waitress returned to tell us they were out of lamb, which eliminated our main course choices. I switched to the beef tajine, and my sons ordered the platter. It was an hour and a half before my meal came. It was delicious but very small. I was literally finished in 20 bites ( had to get more to eat after we left ). I was finished eating, 10 minutes before my son's meals showed up, 1 3/4 hours after ordering. The portion size here was better, and the food was tasty. While waiting for our food, the restaurant became hazy with smoke from the kitchen, and though we asked for forks and napkins, they never came, so I got up to get them myself, so my boys could eat.
Conclusion: Food is tasty, menu items are not all there, some portions are small, service is spotty and the wait time horrible.