Great food. Authentic decor. Generous portions. Friendly staff. Got an education about the history of our food from the chef/owner. Made incredible accommodations also for a vegetarian guest.
My best friend and I took our daughters (ages 9&10) on a Sunday night for what we thought was family night. The website even advertised that kids eat free, making us think it would be OK for the girls. The service was good, waiter very nice and we have no complaints about the food. It was different, but we expected... 更多
Great atmosphere and tasty food. Enjoyed the low seating, the hand washing at the table then the 5 course meal started. Our server, Fouad, pleasantly explained each course as he brought it to the table. My favorite was the lentil soup, the lamb couscous and the roasted chicken paprika.
This not your typical restaurant, a Moroccan place with traditional Moroccan hospitality and experience, you will sit on the floor, you will be brought some water to wash hands served a great food with extremely generous portions and yah you will be entertained as belly dancer seamed to appear out of nowhere when the music started. Definitely a unique way... 更多
Wow! For an evening to remember, a birthday, anniversary or other special occasion, this is the place! Moroccan 5 course dinners of lentil soup, salad, appetizer, entree, and dessert range from the mid-$40s to mid $50s per person, and for a special occasion is worth every penny! Lush Moroccan decor, music, and low tables with benches, chairs or floor sitting... 更多
This was a unique place, with the low and pillow seating. The belly dancers come out for a sexy and fun show. The food is very generous and its fun to have the different courses come out.
I'm a native, born in the city limits of Atlanta. I've grown up not too far from the Imperial Fez and in my 69 years have never been there. Now I know why. Its a tourist trap. I went to a dinner for about 60 people. Yeah, the hype is the Moroccan atmosphere and eating with your fingers. The food... 更多
A very elaborately decorated restaurant, themed to resemble a Sultan's tent complete with belly dancers for entertainment. We had a five course Moroccan meal which was very tasty. We were with a large group and everyone enjoyed the food, entertainment and ambiance.
Great experience for a family birthday party for my husband's 50th birthday. Food was expensive. Ambiance and belly dancers were good. Appetizers, soup, and hot tea were the best. Lamb was fair. Waitress was terrific and very helpful. Overall good experience.