Arts & Culture, Features

The Sultan’s Tent & Cafe Moroc: A Departure from the Everyday

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SHE blog article: Sultan’s Tent Located at 49 Front Street East in downtown Toronto, Sultan’s Tent & Café Moroc offers an unforgettable dining experience with its charming rustic Moroccan décor and impressive variety of dishes that is bound to please even the most se-lective palate. Taking its inspiration from Morocco, a multicultural country home to the Berbers, Spanish, English, French, and Arabian, the blend of ethnicities has created a unique culture and delicious one-of-a-kind cuisine. Not only is the menu reflective of Moroccan culture with its duck confit salad, and chevre brulee along with more simple fanfare such as hummus & olives, and chocolate oasis (a popular dessert choice), but the Moroccan value of hospitality is also upheld in this venue. The restaurant--with its wooden décor, rustic lamps, and abundance of red throw cushions--tries and succeeds at recreating the traditional “diffa” (lavish banquet) setting in which everyone is welcome to dine and dance. The evening festivities are complete with a belly dance performance that helps evoke a feeling of mystery and magic. They have recently created a new lunch menu for only Thursday and Friday which consist of a three course meal and belly dancing for only $24.95. If you are looking for a night of fantasy and escapism, check out Sultan’s Tent! *Four course dinner starts from $39.95
Chicken wrap has chicken, double smoked bacon, avocado and lettuce which is wrapped and grilled

Chicken wrap has chicken, double smoked bacon, avocado and lettuce which is wrapped and grilled

Chicken wrap has chicken, double smoked bacon, avocado and lettuce which is wrapped and grilled (Picture Description)
Baked eggplant has roasted eggplant layered with fennel, carrots, sweet peppers and béchamel baked in marinara sauce with grated parmigiano reggiano and topped with melted goat cheese

Baked eggplant has roasted eggplant layered with fennel, carrots, sweet peppers and béchamel baked in marinara sauce with grated parmigiano reggiano and topped with melted goat cheese

 

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