3 Cathedral Yard, EX1 1HJ, Exeter, Devon
Info about Al-Farid
Umar ibn ‘Al-Farid’ was an Arab poet, his poetry is entirely sufic, and he was esteemed mystic poet of the Arabs.
Our head chef has created a thoughtful menu that delights the taste buds. A firm favourite is the mezze, an array of small succulent dishes. The mezze comprised both cold and hot dishes and offers a wealth of colour flavour, texture and aroma.
A choice of traditional Moroccan dessert is an offer to complements the meal, expect Baklava a sweet pastry, and Mahlabia, rice pudding with rose water.
Also the drink menu is Moroccan national drink, Arak, which has an aniseed base, and a variety of fruit juices. To finish your meal you cannot miss out on one of our Moroccan coffee, flavoured wit natural cardamom, cinnamon or rose water.
No Moroccan meal is complete without smoking an authentic hooka pipe. Each day the water pipes are packed with fresh flavoured tobaccos, choose between apples, strawberry, cherry, rose, grape or fruit cocktail.
Enjoy your meal!!