:unsure: I remember a review from ages ago, I think it was Dawn who dined there
Apart from that, I dont recall it ever being mentioned
So.. the menu looks super yummy, the belly dancers might be interesting for the kids...
Is it as good as it sounds?
Yup we just dined there this week. It was pretty good. Not a big fan of Mid Eastern stuff, but I had the lemon chicken and it was pretty good. DW had the kabob..that was delicious. Others had couscous (sp?), two had the vegetable variety and one had the chicken. All good. Dancer came over to our table as our DD and her friend both had on their birthday pins. They were asked to dance. DD declined...she gets shy from time to time...but Rachel (who is a dancer) joined right in and did a fantastic job. May have to post picture or video.
Our server was very good and very cheerful. He even brought over deserts for the girls.
Thank you so much :hug2:
I think thats where we'll dine
Its impossible to get a decent kebab in Mexico, and mymouth watered reading about it on the menu.. so its good to know the place is worth while :)
We've always enjoyed Marrakesh, although we've not been in some time (two years I think).
The dancer is quite good and brings the children out to join her so the girls should have a great time! I really like the Middle Eastern style music, so that's a plus for us too. :yes:
Adrian and myself had a lovely lunch there a few years back. That was before the dining plan so I have no idea how that's changed things though. :unsure:
We haven't eaten there in a while, but the times we have the food has been very good and if we had grand kids with us they got to dance with the belly dancer.
Is this the restaurant where you sit at long tables rather than at your own table :unsure:
it is Wendy :)
but there's four of us and four of them, so maybe enough for a table?
I think its settled, we will have dinner there :)
We have always had our own table at Marrakesh. The only place that they seat us with other people is at the Biergarten in Germany.
Yes, we had 8 in our party and it looks like they pushed a few tables together. Of course my daughter Alex loved the crayons and paper on the tables....so glad we have spent all the tuition money at college as an art major so she can draw with crayolas:tongue: