I like the couscous and housemade merguez a lot - it’s simple, good, honest, no frills. Couscous might seem pretty generic but there aren’t many places that prepare it well. Either too dry, bland, etc. I guess a lot of it has to do with the wonderfully fresh premium olive oil that they use. I like to plunk dollops of harissa down and spread it around the plate which offers a nice little kick with a forkful of lamb sausage covered in couscous; that always hits the spot. Their signature bastilla is really good but it’s also pretty rich and a lot for one meal, I find. I usually tend to order it to share when I’m having lunch with several people, otherwise I can get pretty tired of it after a while. I’ve never tried it, but my wife enjoys their Moroccan eggplant spread, which is unusual because she typically doesn’t enjoy the consistency of eggplant. You can’t really go wrong with any of their tajines either. I remember their lentil soup being decent but no great shakes. I think I ended up pouring much of it over my couscous.