It’s that time of the year again when we celebrate love and romance. Whether you are in a relationship or single, there’s an occasion to celebrate on the 14th. Valentine’s Day and its versions for the unattached folks—Galentine’s and Guylentine’s—always mean flowers, gifts, or dinner, romantic or otherwise.

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Gifts and flowers are quick and easy to get, especially at the last minute. Dinners, on the other hand, should be planned and reserved way in advance. For an unforgettable hearts day, invite your valentine to a nice meal at a nice restaurant. You will want this one night to be unique and one they won’t forget. 

Kous Kous Moroccan Bistro is the perfect place to try something new, if you’ve never been, or out of the ordinary if you have. Stepping inside will immediately transport you and your significant other to Morocco, with the distinct and traditional interior, and warm and friendly staff. A bite of the food is tasting a slice of life in Morocco. The dishes are mostly the same home-cooked fare you would have the pleasure of eating in a Moroccan household.


VALENTINE'S DAY MENU

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Moroccan Feast

$39.95 / Guest

B’stila roll baked phylo stuffed with herbed saffron chicken, orange blossom water, honey, cinnamon, and almonds 

Zaalouk roasted eggplant flavored with cumin, olive oil, and preserved lemon

Endive pockets with lentil and white bean salad, Moroccan vinaigrette

Shak-Shouka roasted tomato and marinated bell pepper

Chicken Tagine Mary’s Free Range Chicken braised in garlic, ginger and saffron sauce, olives and lemon preserves

Berber lamb Tagine Pasture-Raised Strauss Lamb Shank, saffron, cumin, lemon preserves

Cous cous served with seasonal veggies, caramelized raisins and garbanzo beans

Saffron rice

Fresh baked Moroccan bread

Dessert
 


Surf & Turf Feast

$49.95 / Guest

B’stila Roll baked phylo stuffed with herbed saffron chicken, orange blossom water, honey, cinnamon, and almonds

Endive pocket with lentils and white bean salad with Moroccan vinaigrette

Tiger Shrimp Kabobs with tomato Sharmoula marinade and served with cinnamon almond yogurt sauce

Tomato & cucumber Moroccan salad - feta cheese, cumin, lemon juice, and extra-virgin olive oil

Fish-of-the-day tagine roasted veggies and sharmoula ragout

Lamb Chops, char grilled, ginger garlic mashed potatoes served with cinnamon almond yogurt sauce

Cous cous served with seasonal veggies, caramelized raisins and garbanzo beans

Saffron rice

Fresh baked Moroccan bread

Dessert


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If you have any particular dietary requirements, each selection has vegetarian and vegan alternatives. The health conscious and those who want to have a guilt-free repast on Valentine's Day will appreciate these options.

February is also the American Heart Month. And what’s the best gift you can give to the one you love? A healthy heart. With that said, you most definitely can enjoy wholesome gastronomy at Kous Kous any day of the year.

Avoid the restaurant rush and reserve early!