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Great Restaurant only a short stroll from the Seaview Resort Mooloolaba

SEMO’S MOROCCAN RESTAURANT

This restaurant is extremely popular with both locals and holiday makes, so it’s certainly worth booking a table in advance. Semo’s Moroccan Restaurant has also been voted 4.5 out of 5 on Trip Advisor by fellow dinners.

As we had not organised a babysitter for the evening we had our 6 month old baby on tow. We booked in advance to made sure we had a table with plenty of room for the pram for our sleeping beauty.  As per usual the restaurant was full and there where plenty of staff buzzing around to take your order and help give you menu suggestions. We where told to have anything other than a curry as you can have one of them anywhere! Actually turned out to be great advise.

We decided to have the 3 courses for $35 pp as it seemed like a great deal and would make us try something a bit different. To start we shared the king prawns infused with olive oil, garlic and Moroccan herbs and spices served with warm Turkish bread.  WOW, my mouth is watering just thinking about it! For mains we could not go past one of their signature tagines, so we had Barramundi fillets cooked through a saffron & garlic sauce with vegetables and olives, finished with a Moroccan eggplant & capsicum salsa and I had the marinated premium quality lamb cutlets char-grilled to perfection served with a fruity apricot sauce on a bed of couscous or saffron rice. Both dishes  where faultless. Normally I am not a desert person, however the poached pears in cinnamon, cloves, cardomon and saffron served warm with cinnamon roasted walnuts and almonds and ice cream was s complete hit with both of us.

Over all we had a lovely relaxed evening. It was a nice easy stroll down with the baby from the Seaview Resort. The service was great and the food was amazing.