While you may never discover the secret blend of ras el hanout spices that forms the basis of many of the traditional tajines at this Moroccan restaurant in Amsterdam's De Pijp neighbourhood, all the fun is in the guessing.
Tajines and Moroccan afternoon tea
Try dazjaz, with slow-cooked chicken, green olives and preserved lemon or the sweet-savoury tahlia, made with veal that&rsquo:s cooked in honey for five hours, with raisins, dates and almonds. Or come for the Moroccan take on afternoon tea: sweet and savoury snacks and bottomless fresh mint tea.
Van Woustraat 89, 1074 AE Amsterdam, Netherlands