Cafe Mogador

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Details
101 Saint Marks Pl (btwn 1st Ave & Avenue A)
New York, NY 10009
(212) 677-2226
Moroccan, Middle Eastern
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu, Sun: 9:00 AM–1:00 AM Fri–Sat: 9:00 AM–2:00 AM

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  • This is the place to go for Morraccan food. The tagines are so flavorful. I can't have a meal without the merquen sausage. Eric Wolitzky, Top Chef Just Desserts
  • If you're interested in thick chewy amazing cheese, GET the halumi eggs.
  • Great brunch
  • Consistently good Moroccan food here. Try the Lamb Tagine or the Cous-Cous Merguez and after your meal take a stroll through Tompkins Square Park.
  • middle eastern eggs (poached) were splendid. every element I need in a great breakfast: great poach, good bread for yolk soaking, some yummy greens and a good spread option to combine the elements.
  • One of the greats of NYC. Hummus, all breakfast items(middle eastern eggs is my fav) everything is magical! (King of hearts) -#FoodieMagician
  • I come here specifically for brunch and always order the same thing, country breakfast with two eggs over easy. I love the labne and Israeli salad on the side. Let's not forget the zahatar pita, yum!
  • One of my favorite places. Love their lamb tagines with couscous.
  • One of the best Greek salads I've ever had
  • Hummus is unbelievable. So is the chicken grill.
  • Hummus w/ hot sauce that is amazingly hot. Duck confit that's always on the specials menu & comes w/ amazing fries. The Bastilla. Yummy salads. Lamb tagine w/ apricots & prunes. So much is so good!
  • crispy salmon entree. do it.
  • Order the Charmoullah Tagines with Lamb and CousCous if spices mean anything to you. To die for. Wash down with the best blueberry mojito I've had north of Ocean Drive, South Beach.
  • Provided you know you are going to a Moroccan restaurant, order anything. You'll love it, especially any of the tajines. Sit by the window for decent East Village people-watching.
  • one of NYC's best restaurants. From hummus to tagine, it's simply magical! #foodiemagician
  • Grab the corner spot at the bar for brunch on a super busy, super crowded weekend morning. Oh and the Turkish coffee is the real deal if that's your thing.
  • Amazing Moroccan food. Get chicken tagine with lemon and olives OR lamb tagine with Casablanca sauce and cous cous! They have a great wine selection too. You might wait a little but it's worth i
  • Served with puffy homemade pitas, you can easily make a meal for two from five of the appetizers. Our favorites: fried eggplant with tahini, yogurt with olive oil, and spicy cumin-scented carrots.
  • Fresh pita, creamy hummus, and any kind of tagines. The fare here is flavorful and some of it hearty, but never heavy. A fairly-priced wine list and delicious cocktails makes this my St. Marks go-to.
  • shrimp with garlic and house harissa sauce