Tagine is a rather small restaurant, which is beneficiary to the good experience. The ambience is like in a Moroccan desert tent, with authentic music. The owner is welcoming the guests and takes very good care of them throughout the evening. The choice of food is rather limited but the quality and taste are awesome. The slow cooked lamb is tender like butter and the home made lamb sausages spicy and very tasty. You are not expect to run into this beautiful Moroccan experience in Bali but you will happy to enjoyed it.
Just before New Year, my girlfriend, myself and four friends discovered this wonderful and authentic piece of Morocco discreetly nestled in Seminyak. From the moment we entered till the time we left we felt like we were being treated like family. This husband and wife run establishment is truly remarkable. The attention to detail in the decor is very impressive and our hosts made us feel very comfortable. We tried the tagine itself and also some couscous dishes. They were fantastic. The meat from the lamb shank just fell off the bone, the marinated grilled chicken was to die for, the fresh bread delicious, but my own favourite was the totally amazing home made lamb and beef Merguez sausages;so good that we all ordered extra to take home! The prices were very reasonable, especially as the meat is imported, we shared a couple of bottles of wine but more importantly we made friends with the owners Momo and his lovely wife Intan. A true culinary oasis. There really is nothing quite like this restaurant anywhere in Bali.
Absolutely delicious. Take your shoes off when you enter, exactly as one does when entering a private home in Indonesia. All good. And they have these beautiful carpets that cover the entire floor. Feels so good under foot. We shared a tabbouleh which was very well balanced, and bursting with flavor, along with a vegetable “brick”, which vaguely resembles an Indian samosa, but with so much more flavor.