Mama Morocco is relatively new to the Carlisle Street food scene, and the restaurant has a small, cosy feel to it, accentuated by striking, authentic light fixtures. It's a narrow building, and walking past the kitchen down the side of the restaurant will bring you to a charming little courtyard surrounded by greenery and timber lattices, illuminated by string lights. We take a seat at a large communal table set in a semi-private room. Equipped with adjustable lighting, the mood is set. Galit Ben-David tells us of a few...

B'stilla's menu is designed around sharing plates. With the two of us, we were recommended to order two small plates, a large plate and a side or salad. It sounded like quite a lot of food, but since we were there we may as well try a wider variety of dishes. [caption id="attachment_5885" align="aligncenter" width="1000"] B’stilla - duck & chicken pie, almond, cinnamon, saffron ($14)[/caption] [caption id="attachment_5886" align="aligncenter" width="1000"] B’stilla - duck & chicken pie, almond, cinnamon, saffron ($14)[/caption] Coming to B'stilla for the first time, of course we had to...