Two or four diners can discover Moroccan cuisine during a meal which may include harira soup, Marrakech lahm tagine and baklava
What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- €32.95 for a three-course Moroccan dinner for two (up to 38% off)
- €65.90 for a three-course Moroccan dinner for four (up to 38% off)
Starters may include harira soup or hummus
Mains may include Elham batata tagine | kefta mkaouara | Casablanca dajaj couscous | Marrakech lahm tagine
Desserts may include baklava | cheesecake | lemon tart
Tired of the classic Chinese or Italian for dinner? Looking for dinner date ideas, something new and exciting? Here’s a new idea: Moroccan cuisine is just as rich and exciting as its culture, and just as unexplored in the mainstream. Grab this dinner deal for a thrilling foray into a whole new world of food and spice.
At Morocco Gate Restaurant, the experience of eating is just as important as the food itself. So, a choice of this deal isn’t simply the matter of choosing a three-course meal; it is an immersive experience with hand-painted pottery, the smell of incense, and the sounds and sights taken straight from the colourful and bustling Marrakech. Choose a tagine or couscous along with hummus and baklava, or ask the waitstaff what the most flavourful of the day happens to be; catch the day and its best taste with this Moroccan deal!
The Fine Print
Expires 4 months after purchase. Limit 1 per 2 or 4 people, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Mandatory booking required. Check availability here and book here; provide Groupon code. Same day appointments accepted. Present Groupon on arrival. 24-hour cancellation policy. Must be 18 or older. Valid for starters up to €5.50 per person, mains up to €15.95 per person, and desserts up to €4.95 per person. Menus are subject to change. Valid Mon-Sun, midday-9.30pm. BYOW requires a corkage fee of 5 euro payable directly to the merchant. Valid for option purchased only.
About Morocco Gate Restaurant
Decorated with coloured-glass lamps, tiles and ornamental tagines, Morocco Gate Restaurant offers fusion meals including traditional food. Diners can experience tagines slow-cooked in traditional pottery, couscous-based dishes as well as salads and vegan options. Fish and chips, pasta, and burgers served Moroccan-style are also available.