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Neuf Celebrates Birthday, Opens for Brunch

Sometimes we wonder how a restaurant could possibly improve–and then it opens for brunch. If you have never started your morning with shakshuka, a middle eastern […]

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Preview Restaurant Neuf at American Sardine Bar

Joncarl Lachman’s Restaurant Neuf is set to open on Wednesday, September 16th if all goes well. And on Tuesday, September 8th, Lachman and Best of […]

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The Moroccan Food Is the Only Thing Authentic at Lansdowne’s Argana (and That’s a Good Thing)

Lately, I’ve been spending a fair amount of time in Lansdowne. No, not to go to Sycamore — although I do love it there — […]

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Argana Brings Morocco to Delco

On May 18th Argana, a new Moroccan restaurant in Lansdowne, opened its doors to Delaware County residents looking for authentic exotic cuisine. Including Moroccan classics […]

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Shawarma Food Truck Impresses on Streets of West Philadelphia

In this week’s Philadelphia Weekly Brian Freedman reviews Marrakesh Express, the food truck version of the storefront that vanished from our foodscape last spring. Chicken […]

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All Aboard the Marrakesh Express, Next Stop Locust Street

Philadelphia’s newest food truck, Marrakesh Express is opening today at 40th and Locust. The truck will be cooking up halal Moroccan food like falafel and […]

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Arrrgh, Argan Has Closed

Argan Moroccan Cuisine has gone dark, its banquettes gone and even the Zagat stickers gone from the window. The subterranean spot had received a good […]

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Mamma at Meme

On Wednesday, June 15th, David Katz, chef and owner of Meme Restaurant will be cooking up a special collaboration with his mother. Together they will […]

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Around the Web: Manakeesh Edition

Manakeesh, the Lebanese bakery and cafe at 45th and Walnut has seen a flurry of positive coverage in blogs and print. Craig LaBan sung the […]

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Craig Coos Over Couscous

Craig LaBan descends the steps on 17th Street and into Argan Moroccan Cuisine looking for authentic couscous and finds what he’s looking for. Beyond the […]

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One Night in Morocco

Zahav’s Michael Solomonov and Meme’s David Katz are doing a special Moroccan feast at Zahav on Wednesday, May 12th. The $45 dinner will feature innovative takes […]

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Aladeen Middle Eastern

David Snyder finds enough to like at Aladeen Middle Eastern Restaurant on South Street that he’ll be back.  The first is a traditional Moroccan bastilla. […]

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Novita Bistro’s Moroccan Dishes The Real Treat

“> Craig LaBan takes on Novita Bistro, an Italian BYOB that thankfully comes with a Morrocan twist. [I]t is [Chef Hassan] Zanzoul’s increasing willingness to cook […]

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Moroccan Bargain

Always a fun choice for a big group, we forgot what a bargain Fez is. The 7-course Fez Feast, complete with salad, bastilla, one choice […]

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Missed Calling?

Novitra Bistro brings another Italian BYOB to Philadelphia, albeit with hints of Morocco. City Paper’s David Snyder suggest that maybe that’s what they should focus […]