Moro Kitchen by Dada

Christmas at Moro Kitchen
Lunch (3 Courses) €22
Dinner (2 Courses) €27 | Dinner (4 Courses) €30

Bring Your Own Wine - Free corkage (one bottle per 2 people only)


Moro Kitchen by Dada

Starter platter to share

Fried spinach

Charmoula, green olives and pickled lemon

Zaalook

Grilled aubergine, coriander, garlic, cumin & red vinegar

Falafel

Hummus

Chickpeas pate with tahine, cumin and olive oil

Pan fried chicken liver

Paprika, thyme and lemon

Moroccan salad

Chermoula

Marinated chicken breast, coriander garlic, Ginger and Pimenton

Mains
Tagines


Moro Kitchen by Dada

Kofta meatballs

Spiced minced beef, organic carrots, rich tomato sauce & coriander

Roasted Seasonal vegetables

In a rich tomato & chickpea sauce

Braised chicken fillet

Preserved lemon, Moorish olives, saffron & potaoes

Chicken fillet tagine

Caramelized onions, turmeric, raisin & cardamom

King prawns

Red Bell peppers, Salsa verde & Chilli

Hake fish fillet tagine

Ginger marinade, tomatoes & peppers

Spiced Lamb belly

Cumin, Coriander & rad elhanou

Lamb tagine

Lamb, Prunes, Almonds & cinamon

Moro Kitchen by Dada





COUSCOUS


Moro Kitchen by Dada

Chicken Fillet

Caramelized onions, turmeric & raisin

Couscouse Royal

Lamb, Chicken & vegtables



House Made Dessert of the Day

Fresh Moroccan Mint Tea



Sides


Moro Kitchen by Dada

Pita bread

€1.90

Fries

€3.50

Feta and olives

€3.50

Pickles and olives

€2.95

Bring Your Own Alcohol Policy: Should You Feel Like Enjoying Your Fine Mediterranean Dinner With A Glass Of Wine/Beer. Please Feel Free to Bring Your Own Bottle (no corkage, no extra charges). We only allow wine and beer on the premises and only one bottle of wine per 2 people.



Moro Kitchen by Dada

We use natural ingredients and avoid adding mono-sodium glutamate (MSG) to our food.
We use organic carrots and free range eggs. Our falafel and hummus is freshly prepared by soaking dried chick peas overnight.



What is.....

Sumac: Dried ground berries with sweet, tangy taste.
Za'atar: mix of thyme, sesame seeds, ground cumin.
Ras el Hanout: “Head of the shop” or a mixture of the best spices a grocer has to offer.
Zaaluk: aubergine dish.
Khobiza: Fried marinated spinach.
Charmoula: a marinade with garlic, cumin, coriander, oil, lemon juice, and salt.
Merguez: red, spicy sausage.
Harissa: is a North African hot chili pepper paste.
Labneh: strained yogurt.