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Tagine Restaurant & Wine Bar

120 Grand St. (Old Post Rd.) Send to Phone
914-827-9393 | Menu
French-Moroccan-inspired restaurant and bar du vin that is equally inviting for dinner or a drink.
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Tagine Restaurant & Wine Bar Restaurant Review

: Deep red hues, ceramic decorative plates in the Middle Eastern and Mediterranean style along the otherwise unadorned beige walls, as well as the intimate, dimly lit bar with wicker seating, recall a charming bistro in one of the bohemian sectors of Paris. The menu is a juxtaposition and, at times, fusion of French and Moroccan cuisines. Start with mezzes like the lentil salad with cumin, garbanzo beans and cauliflower and the house-made labne with pita and za’atar. Tagines, not surprisingly, are the focus. The fish tagine with onion confit, lemon and olives is lighter than the lamb variety but no less flavorful. On the French side, one can’t go wrong with a traditional “steak frites echallotes,” hanger steak with shallots in a vinegar reduction accompanied by warm spinach and pommes frites. It would not be a wine bar without a large selection of wine. Varietals from the old-world and new-world and local vineyards, too, entice one to sample and mix and match with the menu. Desserts are French with selections like tarte Tatin and baba au rhum. The no-reservations policy encourages arrivals before the evening rush hour on weekends.

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