Amoun Moroccan Mediterranean Cuisine & Lounge
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It’s possible to taste the flavors of Marrakech without ever leaving New York City at this authentic Moroccan restaurant in the East Village. Start with a meze plate of hummus, baba ghanoush and bakoula, a spinach-chickpea spread ($13.95). For the main course, you might try a tagine, or slow-simmered Moroccan stew, either with lamb shank, chickpeas and apricots ($22.75) or chicken, preserved lemon and olives ($16.95). Other entrees include couscous with chicken, caramelized onions, raisins and chickpeas ($16.95), a mixed grill of lamb, chicken and merguez sausage ($19.75) and chicken bastilla, a phyllo pastry filled with meat, almonds, eggs and herbs and topped with cinnamon sugar ($18.75). Satisfy a sweet tooth with baklava ($7), homemade fig ice cream ($6.50) or kunafa, a traditional cheese pastry ($7). Freshly brewed Turkish coffee ($3.50) or Moroccan mint tea ($4) might be nice, or you can finish the meal with some hookah, if you’re so inclined.
320 E 6th St
|Cross street:||between 1st and 2nd Aves|
|Opening hours:||Mon 4pm-midnight; Tues 4pm-1am; Weds 3pm-1am; Thurs & Fri 3pm-2am; Sat 11am-2am; Sun 11am-12am|
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