Serving authentic Moroccan specialties served in a dining room with exotic decor, Dar Essalam offers an immersive experience of Morrocco with its exquisite tilework, artwork and food. A mix of exchanges with other cultures, the food is a mix of Arabic, Andalusian, Berber, and Mediterranean cuisines with a slight European and Subsaharan influence. It is the vision of Dar Essalam that you experience their passion for the culture, hospitality, and culinary art of Moroccan cuisine. Start with Bakola, a fresh spinach garlic, tomato, lemon, green olive and melted cheese combination served with warm pita wedges, try one of their Kabobs plates for lunch, or if you’re coming in for dinner try the Tajine with a choice of lamb shank, beef oxtail, or cornish hen. Word has it that Dar Essalam will start serving brunch soon.