Marrakech Cuisine

Jason Fried of 37signals pauses in the midst of the usual discussion of interface design and software development on the 37signals blog to recommend a Moroccan restaurant in Bucktown:

The first treasure is the owner. He’s a gentle, soft spoken man with a smile baked into his face. He sells you the lamps, he takes your order, he cooks your food, he serves your food, and he rings you up. He’s not quick, but there’s no reason to rush.

The second treasure is the food. The menu is simple and fairly priced. Everything I’ve tried is good — especially the Harrira, the Lentil Salad, and the Atlas Tajine. This is food made by someone who cares about what he cooks and what you eat. The ingredients are fresh, and the flavors are just right, and the portions are proper (read: not too big).

Marrakech Cuisine, a Moroccan restaurant recommendation

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