Mourad is a modern interpretation of a cuisine deeply rooted in the past. Our food pays homage to those roots, showcasing the rich and vibrant flavors of Morocco in new ways that harmonize with the fresh, local, artisanal ingredients, and the spirit of innovation of Northern California. Located in the newly renovated PacBell Building, Mourad graciously features authentic Moroccan design in modern interpretation, being in perfect harmony with the cuisine.
After the fall of Aziza, Chef Mourad Lahlou started over in the Financial District with a new venture, Mourad, in an elegant, ultra-modern space framed by pillars of light, starburst chandeliers and navy blue walls. And while the digs are less intimate and cozy than Lahlou’s former home, the North African flavors remain as rich and flavorful as ever. Fare here is available in both a la carte and tasting menu forms, with the latter made up of eight-courses ($155) that include dishes like squid with almond, Moroccan milk and dill and aged squab with prune and hazelnut. Wine pairings, which feature tastes from Europe, California and Japan, run an additional $110/person.