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Deli Moroccan

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Deli Moroccan is located at Bussorah Street and specialises in Moroccan cuisine.

Daily: 10:30 - 23:00

+65 91215121
$12 based on 67 submissions
Dinner (29 votes), Alfresco/Outdoor Dining (26 votes), Cheap Eat/Budget (23 votes)
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Fine Buffet for Lunch

Wonderful food. Eggplant spread is turkish in style, and hummus very fragrant. Lunch comes with mixed salad and veggie soup. Two kinds of rice, both very nice. Briyani not too spicy. Lamb curry and basil chicken unparralelled.

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• 13 Feb 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Fine Buffet for Lunch

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Wonderful food. Eggplant spread is turkish in style, and hummus very fragrant. Lunch comes with mixed salad and veggie soup. Two kinds of rice, both very nice. Briyani not too spicy. Lamb curry and basil chicken unparralelled.
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• 31 Jul 2014 • 0 review • 0 follower

slow service; decent food

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Decent food with sizeable portions in main course. Main course meats were substantial especially the kebabs. And quite delicious too. Appetizer portions (baba ganoush and hummus) could have been larger. We spent about 25 sgd per person for starters, main course and a beverage, with no dessert. Really can't comment on authenticity because I've never eaten Moroccan food before. Restaurant seems understaffed but it may have been just on the day I visited with a group of friends. Waiting time for the main course was 45 min and one friend was told after an hour that what he ordered was no longer available. Quite exasperating! The lady who manages operations is warm and welcoming, but she could sure do with more staff to improve speed of service. The restaurant has a great location right on bussorah street in the thick of the bustling, vibrant and historic kampong glam area Recommend alfresco dining.
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• 11 Jul 2014 • 316 reviews • 86 followers

It's not bad after all.

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In between the first time and this second time, I have already long forgotten about this place.  Till when friend gathered us for dinner, I suddenly recalled when I arrived.

I don't often eat Moroccan cuisine, don't know which dish to order. And the place is very cosy, as in the staff at there are very homely.

Like what we have ordered, they made some preparation and then start to cook.  And they did come out afew times, just to check whether do we need to order others. 

We did start afew appetizier and some drinks.  I got the Moroccan tea, quite nice to drink. Overall the ordered dishes turned out to be pleasing to have it for dinner, and all of us were fully agreed.
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