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TripAdvisor RatingReviewed 2 days ago

If you only knew what you saw from the street, you'd never go in this place. And, you would miss a memorable dinner! We went because of the Trip Advisor reviews. Great family dinner (3 adult siblings) with food and wine recommended and impeccably served by the maitre 'd. ...

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If you only knew what you saw from the street, you'd never go in this place. And, you would miss a memorable dinner! We went because of the Trip Advisor reviews. Great family dinner (3 adult siblings) with food and wine recommended and impeccably served by the maitre 'd. Amazingly tender and delicious Lamb shoulder. Not for the budget conscious, but definitely worth the price. Actually a very good value for the quality of the experience.

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Pretentious and EXPENSIVE !
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on April 11, 2017

I was in three Moroccan restaurants: in Paris, in Marrakesh (Morocco) and in, well, Jerusalem. Sorry to say it, but, the Jerusalem one was a disappointment. The food is over-spiced and for an European, it is a little difficult. I like oriental spices, but to a limit. Well, at Darna, it was.....limitless !!!!! Most...

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I was in three Moroccan restaurants: in Paris, in Marrakesh (Morocco) and in, well, Jerusalem. Sorry to say it, but, the Jerusalem one was a disappointment. The food is over-spiced and for an European, it is a little difficult. I like oriental spices, but to a limit. Well, at Darna, it was.....limitless !!!!! Most of the food is sweet because the fruits they use - raisins, dates, dry plums, etc. One has the feeling it is a dessert but not a main dish. Add to this all kinds of strong spices, smelly and strange taste, you don't know what to enjoy (if at all!) first. And, the prices ! Really over priced !!! Each side dish,bread and even the traditional tea or coffee (in Oriental restaurants) cost money. And MUCH !!!!! On the other hand, the service is very good. I have been explained by a Jewish - Moroccan friend, that the Jewish cuisine differs from the Moslem one, by the addition of sweet ingredients - like dry fruits , hoping for a better and sweet life. This may be a legend or a true fact, but , the Darna experience was too much for me. I will return to the Paris restaurant, where the Moroccan food is mildly spiced, side dishes,bread and tea or coffee are an integral part of the meal. And the price is more than affordable.

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A great place with atmosphere
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on March 1, 2017

We were in a group of 24 people--and were treated as individuals...our waiters, two young boys, were absolutely wonderful! the lemonade and pita bread kept coming and coming without even asking,. the food was so good!! one might think one was in Morocco due to the atmosphere..,...

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TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on February 23, 2017

Last visit was two years ago and we returned two weeks ago again. It was cold outside but also inside. The plates were freezing cold which was of course not good for the food. The waitress did not react on our remark about it. Since there were only a few guests they did not...

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Last visit was two years ago and we returned two weeks ago again. It was cold outside but also inside. The plates were freezing cold which was of course not good for the food. The waitress did not react on our remark about it. Since there were only a few guests they did not bother to light the candle on the table. We were disappointed about the quality of the food and we were surprised about the high bill.

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It was fun and kosher
TripAdvisor RatingReviewed on February 1, 2017

A unique little restaurant that is a bit expensive but fun to go to. I think the restaurant has seen better days - it is a bit worn - the tables and chairs - and the costume the waitress wore - but it is cute and a destination. I hope it is just worn...

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A unique little restaurant that is a bit expensive but fun to go to. I think the restaurant has seen better days - it is a bit worn - the tables and chairs - and the costume the waitress wore - but it is cute and a destination. I hope it is just worn but clean! The tea service is really fun - and the service in general is cordial, and very responsive. We liked the food - although some might not. Getting a lot of small items to share is fun - or bigger items to split - the more people you go with the more things you get to try. You can get a tasting menu - and that sounded interesting but we didn't have hungry ones that night - so mostly it was for the atmosphere. A little bit hard to find - so you might want to take a cab - there seemed to be a lively bar next door that was packed - so you could make a night of it. The night we went there was a violinist but he wasn't playing authentic Moroccan or Middle Eastern Music - so I did complain. Maybe next time - but I don't think I would like the belly dancing thing too much - just some appropriate music.

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