Upon reading an excellent review in the local newspaper, we went to Zohara and loved it. The waitstaff offered to explain the menu and were excellent at answering questions to some items about which we were unfamiliar. Much of the menu are tapas in nature, meant to be shared. We had a variety of items (Humus Tahini to go with our complementary pita bread, Moroccan Cigars (lamb wrapped in fried phyllo), Lamb Bacon, Lamb Sausage, and new peach dish with feta cheese. For dessert we had Chocolate Hazelnut Baklava and Malabi (a custard dish). Also had a Moroccan Syrah wine. Everything was great, though my favorites were the Moroccan Cigars, Lamb Sausage, Lamb Bacon, and Baklavah. We'll be back. There was a lot more to explore on this menu.
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