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“Very Good Restaurant”
Review of Tagine Zhor

Tagine Zhor
Ranked #31 of 592 Restaurants in Bath
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: US$5 - US$24
Cuisines: Moroccan
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Good for: Romantic, Special Occasion Dining
Dining options: After-hours, Dinner, Breakfast, Lunch, Delivery, Reservations
Description: Tagine Zhor is an authentic Moroccan restaurant run by the Casablancan Moroccan born owner. He takes pride in his Fez cuisine because it is based on traditional recipes that have been passed down from his loving Fez born grandmother "zhor" to him. It is the only finest Moroccan restaurant in Bath and probably in the whole South West of England. The perfect place to experience real Moroccan food cooked and served in a distinctive and traditional manner together with genuine warm hospitality in absolute beautiful Moroccan surroundings. Most meals begin with the simple selection of hot and cold mezze which might include hommos, Olives and Baba Ghannouj served with flat bread. The Tagine may come next served with Cous Cous, rice or Bread. It is a stew made of lamb, Chicken, Fish, Beef, kofta and Basilla. A single plate of dessert will usually consist of baklawas . They are sweet pastries dripping in honey or dusted in icing sugar marks the end of the meal before fresh mint tea or Arabic coffee are served. Do not forget to take a seat on outdoor terrace and enjoy the Shisha pipe and its flavour of tobacco. Also pay a visit to our gem Bazaar Shop downstairs featuring beautiful and unique handmade Moroccan items "great idea for gifts"
Reviewed 22 August 2014

Great food and welcoming staff.I have been there with friends they all loved the food and atmosphere.I recommend it to anyone who likes tasty food.

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Thank somersetmich
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Reviewed 19 August 2014 via mobile

Lovely atmosphere staff really friendly and managed everything between the two of them. Food was over priced you get plenty but could do with more flavour.

Thank Davinder S
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Reviewed 18 August 2014

We chose to eat here after reading AA Gill's recommendation in the Sunday Times. The food was beautifully presented, the ingredients fresh and oh so tasty. This was the best Moroccan meal we have eaten, you'll be hard pressed to find a better Moroccan restaurant in London or the UK. The 2-course set lunch menu was especially good value.

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Thank Heide R
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Reviewed 15 August 2014

We dined here to see if it was as good as he wrote. It was better!
Wonderful menu, varied and tasty, lovely and lovingly presented.
The wine menu was also very good and reasonably priced. Very atmospheric restaurant reminiscent of Marrakech bazaar.

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Thank Siobhan415
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Reviewed 15 August 2014

I had not visited Cafe du Globe for a while and it seems to have gone downhill as the prices have increased. For the first time, the owner or manager was not around and it showed. The music was not the usual north african tunes and the service was kind of ok rather than good. We ordered the aubergine starter with flat bread. This was tasty, slightly smoky flavour and enough for 2 ladies to share. My main course was chicken tagine with preserved lemon and coriander. There was a flavour of lemon in the dish but not a great one and the coriander appeared non existant. The couscous was dry. My friend's bastilla was not what you would expect, delicate layers of puff pastry and meat but a rather dry and compact round "thing" which I am sure would have worked great as a puck on ice. The salad accompanying the dish was uninspired and the sauce on the side OK-ish. We had a very small glass of wine each and the bill came to £45. The Allium, restaurant next door was offering a 2 course meal for £17.50 each, should have gone there. Also recently had eaten at the Muddy Duck just outside of Bath very recently and had some GREAT food for £51, 2 courses each and 2 glasses of wine each. I won't be coming back and will stop recommending it.

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