Menara Moroccan Restaurant

408-453-1983
41 E Gish Rd
San Jose, CA 95112
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Menara Moroccan is a true Moroccan oasis in San Jose. We invite you to our award-winning multi-course menu that is not just a meal, but a feast. Try something different? Tonight, have your own little adventure in Casablanca. Romance, fantasy, fun, entertainment, and mystery await you. Join us at Menara Moroccan for a culinary experience that will take you thousands of miles away to Morocco. Relax of pillowed couches, sip a Moroccan Magic, dine on award-winning food, and be mesmerized by traditional belly dancers. Menara Moroccan is open for lunch by reservation only (25+ guests) and nightly for dinner from 6pm ? 10pm.
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Top Sentiments among Menara Moroccan Restaurant Reviewers

Good meat dishes Great lemon chicken Fabulous dinners Soft sweet white bread Perfect hot mint tea Large tea pot Large parties Authentic baklava dessert Good fish course Great fried potato

Customer Reviews (6 reviews)

Citysearch User

on Citysearch Oct 14, 2008
Came here with a bunch of friends. Atmosphere was fun. Everyone sits on the floor. There was a bellydancer. Great entertainment The foo... (more)

Citysearch User

on Citysearch Jul 31, 2008
First of all, the volume of the food doesn't much with its price (basically, $30 for a plate shawurma)..Ironically, two people cannot order ... (more)

Citysearch User

on Citysearch Jul 24, 2006
Take your time, grab a cushion, and get ready for a treat. The food is delicious. The belly dancing fun and the atmosphere truly different. ... (more)

Claire B.

on Judys Book Jan 12, 2006
Moroccan Restaurant Menara is another one of my all time favorite places to eat. It is so unlike any other place in San Jose!! The decor is VERY exotic. You feel as if you just stepped into a chapter of Arabian Nights!... (more)

Citysearch User

on Citysearch May 18, 2005
I just LOVE this restaurant. The ambience simply transports you to another place. You sit on the floor and eat with your hands. Some nigh... (more)

Contributor

on Citysearch Aug 17, 2003
<b>The Food</b><br> The menu at Menara is what you'd expect at a Moroccan restaurant--lots of chicken and lamb dishes and plenty of couscous--with only a few Mediterranean diversions like baklava and a phyllo... (more)

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