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There have been some exciting things written about us recently, and we are excited to share them with you!

Eater says, "This raucous Moroccan spot in the East Village draws a young, hip crowd devouring Middle Eastern standards as well as its coveted tagine. The fragrant stew is available with various meats and sauces, but lamb with the spicy green chermoula sauce never fails, especially when blanketed with couscous. There’s an additional Williamsburg location." Read More by Clicking Here...

Yelp says we are in the "Top 30 Restaurants According to New Yorkers." Read More by Clicking Here...

Bon Appetite says, “Support These Awesome Female-Run Restaurants” “Rivka Orlin was born in Mogador, Morocco (now known as Essaouira) before she and her Jewish family moved back to Israel. It was growing up where she discovered a love for sharing time with her mother in the kitchen. Fast forward twenty-five years when she moved to New York City, Rivka opened (what would become) one of the most-loved restaurants in the East Village, Cafe Mogador, with her brother. Now with an equally popular Williamsburg, Brooklyn outpost, fans of Orlin’s delicious Moroccan-inspired cuisine can enjoy a menu full of dips, skewers, pita sandwiches and slow-cooked tagines with couscous.” Read More by Clicking Here…

Yabiladi says, “Cafe Mogador is a Home Away From Home” “In the middle of the most popular neighborhoods in New York, Rivka a Mogador native founded with her brother, Café Mogador, a home away from home where they recreated their mother’s Moroccan recipes. The restaurant located in East Village, Manhattan is a warm place for all those who are in love with Moroccan food, culture and hospitality.” Read More by Clicking Here…

Time Out says, Our Lamb Tagine is a meal you must have “Before you die,” and that’s it’s one of the Best 100 Dishes in NYC. Read More by Clicking Here…