This place has nothing to do w/ Moroccan cuisine, since they served me the most inauthentic Tagine I have ever seen. Beef (neither tender, nor tasty) was simply prepared separately, thereby violating the very essence of the Moroccan way of cooking. Not only did they not allow the different Tagine ingredients to slowly integrate, the typical ingredients were simply missing altogether-Highest culinary crime one can possibly commit in the Moroccan culture, simply unheard of. What they didn’t forget though was to overcharge us. However, I do give them credit for the courteous personnel and the cool design of the place, but the expensive fake food is not worth the restaurant visit.
My Morroccan friend invited me to eat dinner at this restaurant. This was our first time going to Medina. We were disappointed the food was not authenthic Morroccan food. If you want to taste true authenthic Morroccan food, go elsewhere.
Really enjoyed our dinner at Medina Oven before a concert at AA Center. The mint green tea martini is awesome (this isn't the exact name but you'll recognize it on the menu). The service was perfect, food was perfect. My husband had the lamb and really enjoyed it; however, I had the sea bass and we both agreed it is over the top good. My husband says he will get this next time and I will too. We always order different dishes so we can share but the sea bass is too good for either of us to pass up. If you love this type of food, you have to give this place a try. Very cozy and fun atmosphere, too. Can't wait to experience the patio when the TX heat subsides.
What a great intimate place. My wife and I had amazing time at this cozy restaurant in Victory Park. We started with the goat cheese phylos, beef brochette and shared a Casablanca Arugula salad to share. We hade the Sea Bass for the main cource, OUT OF THIS WORLD! Great Staff and service. Medina simply was amazing.
In keeping with the Tut exhibit theme, my girlfriends and I had the 3-course brunch one recent Saturday morning. We were delighted with the multiple choices for each course and the Pomegranate Mimosas. I'm going back for my birthday!
We stopped for dinner before a concert at American Airlines Center. The location was very convenient and cozy allowing for great conversation. The food was terrific....something different from the norm which is exactly what we were looking for in our adventure. The Harissa dip on pita bread was lightly spiced and very yummy. For dinner, we each selected a pizza. The crust was thin the way I like it, the ingredients were fresh. The owner provided a lot of personal service and attention including bringing something extra for us to try. Loved it and will go back again.
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