Although located in northern Africa, Morocco has a distinctly eastern feel and is known for its contrasts and incredible charm, its high mountains and boundless beaches, and its multicoloured cities, both modern and medieval, with their labyrinthine markets redolent of perfumes, spices and exotic tastes. And so it is Moroccan cuisine – featuring the all-important spice cumin, with slow-roasted lamb (mechoui) and a mouthwatering vegetable dish (tajine) – to which Bistrot Vienna has dedicated January’s menu, welcoming this new year of gastronomic delights in rich and spicy fashion!
A mix of cultures – a blend of tastes
At Bistrot Vienna in January you can surrender to the charms of an inspired blend of Arabic, Andalusian and Mediterranean cuisine, with notes from Europe and sub-saharan Africa, enriching your dining experience with a colourful cuisine you’ll never forget – especially if you love spicy tastes.
A “spicy” menu for every taste
Start your meal with lamb keftedes (meatballs), flavoured with lemon and olives and served with fresh, warm bread; or try the chicken with ginger served with hot couscous. The spicy journey continues with two more choices: cauliflower soup with almonds and coriander pesto - or rice with chicken, apricots and chickpeas. For dessert, semolina cake with almonds and date syrup.