Morococo Cafe - Not just Moroccan food, amazing food!
Try the lamb shank!
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The menu is limited with only six or seven meals available. Every meal offers a different flavor and guarantees a memorable experience. You can choose to have a delicious lamb shank or the mouthwatering chicken over rice. For seafood lovers the Morocco shrimp over rice is the way to go. If you can’t make up your mind and just want to eat everything the Morocco over rice combo will satisfy your need. For the animal lovers they also offer a vegan over rice option.
The atmosphere is super cozy with groovy lounge music buzzing overhead and the walls decorated with Moroccan inspired art. Wine is served by the glass or bottle and beer on tap is also available.
In the week you can come without a booking but make sure to make a reservation on the weekend as this is one of the coolest places to hang out in one of the most vibey areas in all of Seoul.
Open Tuesday – Sunday from 12pm to 10pm
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