Price: Moderate - Expensive
Food Quality: 2/12 Stars
Service: 2/12 Stars
Decor: 2 Stars
Overall Rating: 2/12 Stars
Note: Four star Rating System from 1/2 star = poor to 4 stars = Best in Class
One of the top Moroccan restaurants in South Jersey
Noise Level: Moderate
Recommended For: Diners who enjoy well prepared Moroccan and Vegan cuisine with an option to indulge in Shisa smoking.
Not Recommended For: Diners who prefer a traditional American or international style menu.
Recommended dishes: When available, Vegan Moroccan Tofu w/Shredded Tofu (Soy and Wheat) Sauteed With a Traditional Moroccan Gravy (Garlic, Cilantro, Paprika, Cumin, and Tomato), Served Over a Bed of Couscous and Seasonal Vegetables; The Vegan Couscous w/ Onions, Tomatoes, Black Pepper, Saffron & Olive Oil, And Seasonal Vegetables.
CousCous is popular with diners celebrating a special occasion. You can experience dining in a relaxed setting with pillows while being entertained with belly dancing and Moroccan music.
This is a restaurant with a Hookah lounge that appeals some people as a chic way to socialize and embrace multi-cultural-ism.
While dining, you can get comfortable on pillows as you sit back an enjoy belly dancing to authentic Moroccan music.
Smokers can enjoy smoking shisha with a variety of flavors including Cherry, Grape, Mango, Apple and more. The lounge offers a lite menu to complement the experience.
The CousCous Lounge is well ventilated and non-smokers can feel comfortable in this environment.
The ambiance is Middle Eastern with in a cozy, dimly lit setting, although it tends to be dated and less than elegant.
The menu offers a wide selection of appetizers, entrees and course-sized meals. For the vegetarians, it has salad, hummus, falafel and tofu served with vegetable couscous.
They serve a light inexpensive "late night menu" after 9pm
CousCous is open seven days/week.
(updated: February, 2018)
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