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Roiseau/
Sangenjaya: Middle
Eastern
₯3418-8603
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With just twelve
seats Dar Roiseau
may be the smallest
Moroccan restaurant
in town, but the
kitchen manages to
turn out an impres-
sive variety of
Middle Eastern
dishes. There's also
a nice selection of
French and Moroccan
wines by the glass
or bottle.

Among the six dif-
ferent couscous
dishes on the menu,
the Couscous Royale
is a tour de force:
the fluffy pasta
grains are accompa-
nied by meatballs,
Merguez sausage,
chicken kebab, lamb
chop and an herb-
infused broth with
plenty of vegeta-
bles. If you just
want to nibble on
something with your
drinks there are
plenty of small
starters (shrimp
fritters, chicken
liver pate), kebabs
and salads - the
cold lentil salad is
especially recom-
mended.
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Setagaya-ku, San-
genjaya 2-13-17. 
Open 11:30am-mid-
night. Closed
Sundays.
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