One of my first introductions to Moroccan food was at the Al Fassia Restaurant in the heart of Windsor, England. I have since tried Moroccan food in Morocco itself, and this has only served to whet my appetite even more.
And so whenever we can find a good enough excuse, my wife and I book a table at Al Fassia. The staff are exceptionally welcoming, the atmosphere is lovely, and the food is unbeatable.
Here are the different chicken tagines we ordered on our most recent trip there. Tagines get their name from the clay pot in which they are cooked. The slow heat and the blend of spices used make these dishes absolutely mouthwatering. They are served with cous cous or saffron rice.