Explore the southern shores of the Mediterranean with a visit to this family-owned restaurant—and plan to share, as most dishes are quite generous. The stars of the menu are certainly the tagines: savory stews cooked in pyramid-shaped casseroles, each with its own spicy character, from cumin to coriander, ginger to paprika. If you’ve planned in advance with a party of friends and reserved by phone, you can dine in one of the cozy “private” spaces, filled with patterned pillows. Leave room for dessert: French macarons, North African pastries, and silver pots of minty sweet tea.
City: San Antonio
Drinks: No bar
Hours: L & D Wed–Mon.
Last updated: November 13, 2017