Real halal Moroccan cooking—stuffed savory pastry, kebabs, dry-and-spicy beef Merguez sausage, tagine, piles of couscous, and mint tea—all freshly made and quite good. This isn’t very common in these parts, but the straight-ahead protein-and-flavor infusion is welcome. Service can be aloof but the flavors aren’t; the strip mall location is spacious but downright kooky—its covered patio is beside a grand staircase festooned with full-size Roman-style figure sculptures—which adds to the uniqueness. Ask for sauce if you want it; they figure you’re a meat lover and don’t automatically include it. During Ramadan, the kitchen omits couscous and pastry and focuses on the meats and salads. If your kid’s a picky eater, go for nuggets and falafel.