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Almaz by Momo
Described as neo-modern Moroccan. It is cavernous and decadent and tucked away in the back corner of Harvey Nichols covering generous floor space that's split into a dinning section, a juice bar and a shisha cafe.
The restaurant is popular with Arabic clientele mostly as it does not offer alcoholic beverages. You will find on offer authentic Moroccan cuisine, teas and Middle Eastern desserts, all while in the magical atmosphere and decorative surroundings that are reminiscent of the Magreb. The restaurant is well known for its particularly tasty lamb shanks and tagines. It's well worth a visit and is hailed as a decent representation of Morocco in Dubai.
Weekend brunch is served between 11 am and 4 pm.