Moroccan Cuisine has long been influenced by several waves of people, such as native settlers, invaders, travelers, etc. Consequently, cookery had and still takes on a multicultural flavor, adapting recipes from all over the east and west to all the local ingredients.
However, three distinct people merge as the chief authentic Moroccan Cuisine: it is the remarkable daily interaction between native Berbers, Arabs and Jews that makes the Moroccan Cuisine not only unique, but one of the most delightful for taste buds in the world.
My Morocco at Falafel-ly Yours invites you, in the spirit of Morocco’s tradition (D’yafa Feast), to a unique journey where dining is a social anthem of hospitality, and cookery is a translation of care and affection of care and affection. We take great honor in sharing this experience with you.
Our Moroccan native chefs from Casablanca are pleased to bring our expertise from the heart of Morocco to the heart of South Orange.
Salads and Soups
Beet and Potato Salad - the Chef’s favorite! Chilled potatoes and red beets tossed with cilantro and red onions in Morocco’s cumin balsamic vinaigrette. $7.50
Classic Orange Carrot Salad - a Moroccan favorite with finely shredded carrots bathing in orange juice with cinnamon, nuts and raisins. $6.25
Eggplant Puree Salad - steamed eggplant with garlic, hand-crushed with cumin, paprika and cilantro in a honey pomegranate chili base. $6.75
Spinach, Nuts and Fruit Salad - fresh toasted spinach in our unique honey pomegranate vinaigrette with blue cheese, fresh fruit and mixed nuts. $12.50
Traditional Harira Soup - tomato based soup with an exotic blend of spices, simmered in saffron, onions, parsley, celery, lentil and garbanzo beans. $5.00
The Classic Chicken Bastilla - phyllo dough stuffed with chicken and almonds, baked and topped with powdered sugar and cinnamon. $12.00
Mrouzia - Lamb simmered and lightly seasoned (Rass alhanout) exotic Moroccan spice garnished with almonds and sesame seeds. 21.00
Laham M’hammer - roasted lamb in a saffron, onions and garlic sauce served with saffron rice. $22.00
Hen with Lemon and Olives - simmered Cornish hen with onions, saffron sauce served with preserved lemons and olives. $17.50
Honey Chicken with Prunes - Slow roasted chicken in a blend of spices with a light honey sauce served with prunes, garnished with almonds and sesame seeds. $18.00
Marinated chicken and lamb with vegetables in exotic spices served with saffron rice.
T’Faya - cous cous in a saffron ginger sauce with chicken or lamb topped with caramelized onions, cinnamon, garbanzo beans and raisins.
My Morocco Cous Cous - cous cous with chicken or lamb served with root vegetables, garbanzo beans and raisins.
Vegetarian - cous cous served in a garden of vegetables with garbanzo beans and raisins. $14.00
Chicken - slowly braised chicken with saffron, turmeric and white pepper served with olives and homemade preserved lemons. $15.00
Lamb and vegetable - the finest lamb shank braised for four hours in a ginger white pepper garlic sauce served with mixed vegetables. $21.00
Vegetarian - simmered mixed vegetables in ginger sauce served with preserved lemons and olives. $14.00
Fish Charmoula - Fish of the day marinated in tomato garlic sauce and baked with bell pepper, tomato and celery. MARKET PRICE
Kafta - sautéed meatballs in tomato sauce topped with poached egg. $12.50
Casablanca Sunrise - Pineapple, banana, mango, spinach, kale and turbinado sugar $8.50
Tangier Beach - Mango and non-fat yogurt with a splash of Jasmine $6.50
Marrakesh Sunset - Strawberry, pineapple, mango and orange $6.50
Rabat Lagoon - Blueberry, strawberry, huckleberry and non-fat yogurt $6.50
Agadir Breeze - Pineapple Orange and Banana $6.50
Frozen Mint Lemonade $4.50
Mint Lemonade $3.50
Diet Coke $2.50
Ginger Ale $2.50
San Pellegrino (Lg.) $6.50
Turkish Coffee $5.00
Moroccan Tea $3.00
Baklava Sampler $6.50
Vanilla Ice cream $4.00
Chocolate Ice Cream $4.00
Orange Sorbet $4.00
Ice Cream of the week $4.00
Dessert Du Soir $6.00