Set in a luxury condo building amidst a row of auto body shops, this relaxed urban oasis brings the charm of Morocco to an otherwise divey stretch of the Mission. Inside, you’ll find a cheerful turquoise dining room bedecked with colorful tiles, a small courtyard for outdoor dining and a diverse clientele—ranging from young techies to women dressed in traditional garb. The pricey food boasts a few Californian accents, like Moroccan-inspired salads featuring seasonal produce, but most dishes are designed to please purists. The basteeya pie with shredded chicken and almonds in a phyllo crust is nothing less than flaky precision; while chicken tagine with preserved lemon followed by pistachio baklava and a pot of mint tea is all sweetness and appeal.
- MICHELIN guide inspectors
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