Tagine Fine Moroccan Cuisine
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Sun 2:00PM - 2:00PM 2:15PM - 11:00PM
Tue 4:00PM - 8:00PM
Wed 12:00PM - 1:00PM 1:15PM - 3:45PM 4:00PM - 5:00PM
Thu 12:00PM - 1:00PM 1:15PM - 3:45PM 4:00PM - 4:00PM
Fri 12:00PM - 1:00PM 1:15PM - 3:45PM 4:00PM - 7:00PM
Sat 12:00PM - 2:00PM 2:15PM - 7:00PM
Over priced!!! Don't waste your money. We kept asking the waitress what was good and she steered us to everything that was over priced. I was hopeful that ok its pricey but it will be amazing. The food was bland. Turned us off to Morrocan all together.
Food was incredible. Meal portions were large and every appetizer, entree we ordered was well plated and delicious. Deserts were like littler slices of heaven.
Lovely restaurant with amazing food. A bit noisy, though.
What a wonderful dinner. We had so much fun. Great food and service.
I went to Tagine for lunch and had a great meal. The salad, carrots, homemade bread and lentil soup were all delicious. The service was fantastic and the prices were most reasonable. I can't wait to go back for dinner and try more of the menu items.
We were there on a quiet Sunday evening. The food was excellent and the restaurant was cozy and quiet. My husband had the tangine which he loved and I had soup and lamb borak which was an appetizer but plenty for me. Both were excellent! The prices were on the high end (especially dessert) but in the range for NYC. I highly recommend.
The restaurant is super cute and the staff friendly and helpful. I found the prices a little high though. We started with shekshouka....eggplant and red pepper. Even my vegetable averse friend loved it! The vegetable Tagine was really tasty. My friends lamb was tasty too, but a tad on the dry side. We didn’t have dessert because the meals were really filling. I’d like to come back and try more dishes because everything sounds delicious.
Food and service was excellent, I’d highly recommend the lamb tagine
Yummy food, attentive and wonderful service with great recommendations. We had three kids that weren't sure about Moroccan spices and food that ended up loving everything put in front of them. Fresh hummus was amazing! Oh and the adults loved the homemade Sangria!
Disappointing visit. We had a nice welcome but it was the best part of the experience. The food was just OK, the lamb tajine had hardly any savor and the lemons were inexistent. We were the only customers and the service was inexistent, the server too interested by his phone to catch our requests.
Food was exceptional! Waiter made several great recommendations. Service was very friendly but very slow. Definitely one of the better Moroccan restaurants we've been to.
The place is very run down. The bathrooms are gross. The food was very good, but to a place to bring anyone you’d like to impress.
3rd Visit and very disappointing. Rowdy bar crowd throwing vulgar language, loud hip hop and Mexican rap music (thought this was supposed to be Moroccan?) constantly being changed, turned up, turned down etc. Food over spiced as compared to the past lovely dishes. Glacial service, but very pleasant when there. Unlikely to return.
I recommend this restaurant to anyone seeking AUTHENTIC moroccan cuisine. From the delicious tagines served in traditional clay dishes, to the multiple mezze options, and even bastilla and tangia, this place has everything you could dream of. And with the warm and friendly service, they are willing to accommodate any special request. This place is seriously an OASIS in midtown. There’s no other place in the neighborhood that can transport you to another state of mind the way this one can. There’s a huge community of regulars that cycle through (on the later side) for dancing and music, which makes this place always lively and buzzing with energy. Clearly a family operation, it’s incredibly special and rare to see such a soulful place in midtown. You can’t go wrong with anything on the menu, but my favorites are the Traditional Lamb Tagine (served with blanched almonds and stewed prunes) and/or Chicken Meisel, a special lemon and garlic sauce tagine, named after one of their favorite regulars. Service can be Moroccan-style as well, slightly slow but they will bend over backwards to accommodate your needs. I recommend planning to spend at least two hours at this place, it’s not really the kind of spot where you can pop in for a quick bite. The ambiance sucks you into some kind of time warp, I swear. I always end up staying for hours and meeting new people every time. That kind of energy is what makes this place unique. The hookah lounge in the back of the restaurant is quite popular, and another cool draw to the place beyond just the food and atmosphere. Tagine is an excellent spot for birthday dinners, they will help accommodate your groups needs down to every dietary need. I did my birthday there and they made me feel super special, with Sangria pitchers on the house and amazing honey-based desserts. This place is seriously one of the best restaurants in the city, and by far the best Moroccan restaurant in New York City. Highly recommend trying out the entire menu.
Our first time trying Moroccan food and it was a very good experience.
We were impressed with the "ambiance" of the place the minute we walked into the restaurant. Very charming and quite different from the run-of-the-mill restaurant. It rang with a Moroccan flavor. The food was very good. I can't say it was the best Moroccan food I've had (a restaurant, no longer existing, in Washington, D.C. holds that place) but it was flavorful and memorable. The appetizers we shared were delicious. My chicken cous cous was tasty and more than an ample portion. Everyone of us four was very satisfied with our dinners. My one suggestion for improvement would be an improved level of table service.
We were catching a bus at Port Authority and thought this would be a good place to eat before traveling. Service was very pleasant but oh so slow, especially considering most tables were empty. We shared a chicken tagine which was ok but on the salty side. At $27, I expected a more generous serving of chicken (about 4 tiny pieces of white/dark meat) and sides. We had to pay for a small side of rice ($8!). I was craving a small espresso cup of Turkish style coffee so ordered something our friendly server recommended as being similar but didn't warn me that instead of a single serving, it would be a full pot costing $10! It wasn't good at all - just strong coffee with spices - not made the traditional way in copper pots with coffee grinds and sugar cooked together. The darkened room with red walls and a hookah lounging area in the rear gave it a seedy ambience. Might be what some people like but I wish I'd known. The cheap-looking red entrance was already a warning. Most disappointing of all, food was mediocre and way overpriced. But our server/bartender? was extremely nice. Will never go back.
I had a wonderful experience at this place. The owner was very kind and welcoming, and even took photos of us (below). The place is even more beautiful in person.
I ordered a lamb tagine and it was tender and flavorful like nothing I’ve ever had before. My boyfriend who’s vegetarian had no trouble finding something to eat.
Definitely a new place for us to eat. The service was so spot on and the food was delicious. The music will get louder as the night moves on but we still spent three hours there talking, eating and drinking. Loved it!
Fabulous food and service. Lots of options for those on a gluten-free diet. Highly recommend!
A very charming evening. Nazar is a consummate host and guide for all things Morrocan. My wife and I enjoyed a lovely 41st anniversary dinner and will return the next time we are in NYC.
The owners/staff of this restaurant were engaging and attentive. My guests and I had a wonderful dining experience.
fantastic restaurant from the decor to the wait staff to the cook to the food
a wonderful experience fresh food prepared as ordered sufficient quantity
While we found the food to be very good, our full experience was not. First we were seated in the back room which had limited to no air conditioning. While our server was very pleasant, service was very slow and she rarely came around. Finally, for a Moroccan restaurant to blast hip-hop rap (with vulgar language to boot), it made for a bad experience.
We are so sorry you had a bad experience here at Tagine! Normally there's traditional Moroccan or Arabic music playing, Im not sure what the staff was thinking. Again, so sorry for your negative experience! We hope you'll return so we can rectify this experience.
Took my friend here for her 58th birthday before the Barbra Streisand concert. The food was excellent and Zar was great. She says the experience at Tagine was as good as sitting with the Clintons at the concert!
Excellent location & ambiance. We arrived early for our 6pm reservation and were accommodated with graciousness.
Food was delicious & the Moroccan lager beer divine!
We'll be back.
Loved the food! Service wouldn’t have been better. Will return.
We went early on a Saturday before going to see a show. The place was empty, but the staff were extremely welcoming. The ambiance and decor were fantastic! The food was delicious. We, also, loved the presentation of the piping hot tagine. Great place.
new to Moroccan food, the waiter was so patient with me and my group. the food was exciting and the bellydance show was fun to watch, the music is amazing. definitely authentic atmosphere.
The waiter was very friendly and the dishes I ordered were prepared well. My salad was fresh but instead of micro greens they used Romaine lettuce and I was disappointed. Lentil soup was not salty and I enjoyed it. My guest ordered vegan couscous which was not delicious. It only had a few slices of carrots, one piece of potato, about two tablespoons of chickpeas and currents. It’s called Casablanca. The ingredients are cheap and probably less than $1 in net cost but the charge was $26. It’s outrageous! I will not recommend this restaurant unless you are willing to pay a lot.
I come here very often and I am always treated warmly. The delicious food menu is the closest you will get to a real Moroccan experience in the city! The best I have tasted so far. Moroccan wine is part of their wine list which had me over the moon. Some nights you'll get to dance your heart out.
As soon as you open the door to Tagine, you are transported to a magical Moroccan oasis, complete with sights, sounds, smells and tastes of Morocco.
We were welcomed like royalty by the chef/owner Hamid and proceeded to have the most delightful meal. The signature Tagine is the best we've ever eaten, the Couscous Royale is perfection, the Bastilla perfectly prepared.
Oh, and the desserts! Home made, still warm selection of Moroccan pastries, served with fresh mint tea to finish off a fabulous dining experience.
Though it was a busy evening, the service was impeccable. We thoroughly enjoyed ourselves and will come back again and again to our new favorite restaurant in NYC.
Thank you Tagine for a dining experience we'll remember for a long time to come!
I highly recommend Tagine to friends, family, and anyone who enjoys delicious food, friendly people, and a great time!
Tagine Fine Moroccan Cuisine is a hidden gem of New York City; tucked away on 38th Street, it offers an inviting, comfortable and friendly environment. The Chef-owner and staff really welcome you as part of the family...
And they feed you like family too!
Everything on the menu is simply exquisite. Rich, classic flavor sends its calling card in the glorious aroma that meets you at the door–and it's no wonder, the chef uses only fresh, organic ingredients! There is a heart and a soul in the food here; they really care about providing excellent meals and service to guests.
If you're new to Moroccan food, this is the best place for an introduction–the chef himself recommended several items to my friend after asking us what kinds of food we normally enjoy or avoid. And the fresh Moroccan bread alone is enough to change anyone's mood for the better!
I cannot say enough how special this place is: you need to get over to Midtown and try it out for yourself!
I plan to go back often! Tagine is pleasure you don't need to feel guilty about.
Don't be surprised if you see me there, in a corner, quietly chowing down.
This was the worst service I ever experienced in a restaurant. Me and two friends arrived at 8:20. Ordered tea, soup, and main course. Tea arrived at 9pm, followed by soup at 9:30pm, and main course at 10:30pm. When we expressed our dissatisfaction with the waiter, he literally told us that he tried his best. One word of advice: “If you want to go there, please make sure you eat before heading there”. They waiter literally behaved as we should have been grateful that they allowed us into their restaurant. We will never go back to this place again
Dear Anonymous, I"m so sorry to hear you did not enjoy your experience at Tagine. We strive to provide an authentic & memorable Moroccan experience. Due to Ramadan this month, we've been operating with a limited staff, I'm sure this is the cause of your lengthy wait. I'd love to offer you a gift certificate if you're interested in visiting Tagine again. Thank you for your feedback, we will make the necessary changes.
Isaiah was very reasonable with our reservation despite a private event starting. Will attend again.
The wine is watered down, and to add insult to a dining experience I saw two mice and the kitchen area just by the kitchen entrance looks quite unkept (as per our limited view from the bar area) and myself and two other guests left without eating because of these unsanitary conditions.
Food was very good as was the service today but it was very expensive for what we received. Asked for tea and were shocked to see we were charged $10 for it.
A hidden oasis in every sense of the word! The food is excellent! The service was spectacular! I gave the restaurant 5 stars because it is just as good as any Michelin 5 star restaurant! I highly recommend this restaurant if you want a nice, chill place with a great ambience!
3rd time. but its getting a little disappointing. too expensive for tajine $27+ tax and tip and thats not enought for even 1 person
The service and staff were very friendly. I was expecting more spices in the morrocan food but good overall