We are so excited to announce the start of Mamnoon Junoon, a series held on the first Monday of each month focusing on foods, arts and humanities. We are kicking off with a six course Moroccan dinner on Monday, Feb. 3. In Arabic, Junoon means a crazy party, a fete if you will.

Through this dinner, we will bring aspects of Middle Eastern hospitality to help melt the ice that builds up with the Seattle Freeze. The dinner will be served family-style and will be done with community seating to facilitate discussion, socialization and mutual appreciation of the delicious and perhaps unfamiliar food on the table. We hope this to be a bonhomie of friends and strangers sitting down to enjoy a beautiful meal together.


mezze

small bites

carotte et orange

shredded carrot, cara cara orange

concombre doux

sweet cucumber, orange blossom water

merguez

lamb sausage, harissa


salade

salad

fennouil

shaved fennel, oil cured olive, soft herbs


briwats

pastry

fromage de chevre

fresh goat cheese, parsley, chive, tarragon

épaule d'agneau confite

lamb shoulder confit, warm spices, onion


légume

vegetable

tajine

seven vegetable tagine, saffron, ginger, hand-rolled couscous, smen, fresh buttermilk


poisson

fish

bar rôti

roasted sea bass, chermoula, herb salad


friandises

treats

gazelle horns

tahini cookies

tangerines


Dinner is $65 per person and does not include gratuity, tax and beverage. We apologize for the inconvenience but we are unable to make substitutions as it is a set menu. Reservations are required for the event as space is limited. Please note that because of the communal nature of the meal, parties less than 8 may be grouped at a table with others. If your party prefers to be at a private table please make a note on your reservation and we will try our best to accommodate, but no promises. Reservations can be made at http://mamnoonrestaurant.com or at 206.906.9606.

Mamnoon to you!