Restaurant Marrakesh Dinner

My nephew’s last review from his July anniversary trip to WDW is from their dinner at one of Epcot’s Moroccan restaurant’s…

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Home of the scantily clad belly dancer… ;)

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Being on the Deluxe Dining Plan he and his wife ordered one of their three course dinners. My nephew had the Taste of Morocco Royal Feast which included this appetizer…

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Jasmina Salad with Lettuce, Tomato, Olives and Feta Cheese in Mustard Vinaigrette and Seafood Bastilla (layers of thin pastry with grouper, shrimp, and mushrooms)

This entree…

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Lemon Chicken (Braised Chicken seasoned with Green Olives and Preserved Lemon) and Roasted Lamb Meshoui (Roasted Lamb Shank in Natural Juices) served with Couscous with Seven Vegetables (Steamed Tiny Semolina Pasta with Seasoned Vegetables)

And Assorted Moroccan Pastries for dessert…

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While his wife had the Taste of Morocco Marrakesh Feast which started with…

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Harira Soup: A hearty soup with tomatoes, eggs, lentils, and beef and a Beef Brewat Roll: Layers of thin Pastry stuffed with seasoned minced beef, fried and sprinkled with cinnamon

Then for the entree…

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Marrakesh Mix Grill: Tenderloin of Beef Shish Kebab, Lamb Merguez Sausage, and Marinated Chicken Kebab, served with fresh Herb-roasted Potatoes

And dessert was the same plate of assorted Moroccan pastries as shown previously.

His Comments: We both thought the food was fine but it kind of seemed like an introduction to Moroccan food for people who have never had it before. The dessert was the best part of the meal!

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