We booked for 7pm and were all arrived and ready to start looking at menus by 7:15pm.
I walked in and the restaurant was warm in temperature but very homey. There were indeed children at the front counter - you could tell it was a family run restaurant. There was material draped over the ceiling, which created a lovely effect. The mosaic plates were authentically Moroccan and the Arabic music playing was a nice touch as well.
We decided to order the banquet, which was $35 a person and included a mix of hot and cold entrées, a tagine per person and a selection of desserts with either a coffee or mint tea.
The entrée consisted of two brochettes (skewers), sausages and mixed salad with a range of dips including eggplant, humus and cheese. This was served with a flat oily bread (which we couldn't get enough of).
The food was full of flavour and we devoured most of it. The main courses did take a substantial amount of time to arrive though and I was a little disappointed that the tagines weren't served with bread to eat them/soak up the sauces.
The desserts were light and just what we needed to finish off the meal. We had a selection of crepes, crème caramel and briout (a sweet pasty roll with a cheese centre). I actually thought this would be crispier like a baklava but it was quite soft.