My daughter and I read about Kan Zaman in the paper and wanted to try it. We are big hummus eaters at home and thought we'd foray into the culture a bit more. Small, clean, beautifully decorated with appropriate background music, we opted to eat indoors rather than the patio because it was literally boiling outside. The iced mint moroccan tea, refilled constantly, hit the spot. Our servers were polite, enthusiastic and happy to help us decide on lunch. I settled on the lamb kebab with grilled lamb, tahini sauce, hummus on pita with greens tossed in a mild vinaigrette. My daughter went for the Falafel: fried chickpea patties, tahini sauce, on pita with greens. I read other reviews that mentioned the food is not as spicy or realistic as real Moroccan cuisine, but honestly, it was just right for us. We will definitely return - with friends - and eat on the patio! no liquor license so BYOB.
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