Sultan's Tent and Cafe Moroc  

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Date Updated: July 18, 2007
Address: 49 Front ST E, Toronto
Phone: (416) 961-0601
Fax: (416) 961-7744

Nearest Major Intersection: Yonge St & Queen St E

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Link to Menu: click here
Reservations Required: Yes
Delivery: No (or n/a)
Dress Code: N/a

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lovefood

Reviews: 3Badges: 0This user has a UserRank of 1
Overall: November 9, 2007
0 out of 1 people found this review helpful. I totally disagree with Jimmy's review! First of all there are not very many Morroccan restaurants with or without entertainment in Toronto that can be compared to The Sultan's Tent. As for the meal, I've been there several times for dinner or for parties and it's been exceptional. The lamb is exceptional! And a base price of $40/meal as Jimmy says, includes a 5 course meal and the belly dancing show.....that's an amazing price and you definitely don't leave the restaurant feeling hungry!!!
I've recommended this restaurant to many people and have yet to hear a complaint. Our company is actually holding their annual party there this year and really looking forward to it!

I recommend this place.
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pras

Reviews: 42Badges: 5This user has a UserRank of 7
Overall: July 18, 2007
2 out of 3 people found this review helpful. I went to Cafe Moroc for Summerlicious. Unlike Jimmy C I had a pretty good experience. The wait staff was pretty polite and they were kind-of hurrying a bit but summerlicious is always like that. The food was good and while the portions were not very large, they were well sized. The whole restaurant is decorated very nicely and has a classy feel to it.
I recommend this place.
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Jimmy C Overall: February 15, 2007
10 out of 11 people found this review helpful. Hello,
I would just like to tell you about my bad experience at the Sultans Tent this past Saturday Feb 10.
We arrived a group of 16 people and were seated in our own tent. Being my first visit to the Sultans Tent I was looking forward to comparing it to other Moroccan restaurants with belly dancing and such. I was very displeased at the belly dancing act itself. It only lasted about 30minutes total and the show wasn't organised at all. the belly dancers just seemed to wonder around dancing at the same speed and asking people if they would like to try dancing. Despite the rhythm of the songs changing the dancers kept the same routine, they would not change the tempo of their dancing to match the rhythm. I found that to be very amateur. Paying a base price of $40 per meal I would expect a show that had some orginisation involved, instead of just getting the people involved.

At the end of it all. We were advised by the waitor that we had to leave, despite not having finished our meals, because the next group of people were waiting to be seated. We were handed our bills by table, despite having asked to be billed by couples, the waiter said it wasn't possible to do so, when obviously there were couples eating in the restaurant.

In the end, after paying over $200 total (because we had to devide the bill in 2 groups ourselves, we didnt have time to finish our meals and enjoy a drink. The show was dis-organised and my entire experience was very bad. I have had much better experiences and shows at other locations and the bill was able to be devided the way we asked.

I believe the reviews of the place in some of the papers were misleading and my personal experience with the place wasn't pleasing at all. I have never written a complaint before but I felt compeld to do so after visiting the Sultans Tent.

I do not recommend this place.
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