An Arabian Night in San FranciscoThis restaurant was recommended by a SF City College student, who was born in Morocco. She said that it was a unique experience, and that was an understatement. The El Mansour is very well hidden, a block off Geary, in the Richmond District. We entered the simple door and came into a Moroccan sultans tent. Imagine coming in out of the cold fog, on quiet residential street into a scene out of Lawrence of Arabia. The decoration, music, server and belly dancing all created the illusion. The food was authentic, good and plentiful. Early on a Tuesday night, we were the only patrons, so the belly dancer performed only for us. We felt like rahonored guests or perhaps characters in Arabian Nights. It was a unique and delightful evening.4/23/2013 12:00:00 AMFun place, especially withFun place, especially with group. Good food. Personable staff. - Went long ago and More fun if you eat with your hands. Service was a bit more theatrical before4/13/2013 12:00:00 AMBehi, Behi barcha ou mallaBehi, Behi barcha ou malla jaww,
el Mansour a7san mat3am Maghrebi fi-San Francisco!
Marc and Dol.
(Very very good, and what fun!)
(el-Mansour is the best Moroccan restaurant in SF. It is reasonably priced considering the outstanding food, service, and atmosphere.
Very friendly staff that clearly works very hard!4/6/2013 12:00:00 AMAmazing!!I definitely enjoyed this restaurant! Very vibrant colors and warm feel to the room. It makes you feel like you are inside of a tent and I was about ready for a camel to walk right through the restaurant. The service was amazing with a friendly staff and live talented entertainment! I would definitely return and suggest this spot to everyone looking for a great place to dine is San Fransisco!4/3/2013 12:00:00 AMA wonderful surprise!We were very surprised with the ambiance. The service was outstanding and the food was very good. I would highly recommend it.3/26/2013 12:00:00 AMOne of my Go To placesMy go to Morrocan restaurant. Enough said! From the moment you walk in you are transported to another land of genies and silk and velvet cushions and magic carpets. Best place to go for couscous and tagines, birthday celebration, family dinner, and the most beautiful belly dancer. One of my favorite places!3/24/2013 12:00:00 AMThe ambience at El MansourThe ambience at El Mansour is great especially when there is a live belly dancer performer. However,the food is just ok and nothing too small. My entree was served lukewarm as though it had been sitting on the counter for a while. I would go back for the show but not the food.3/15/2013 12:00:00 AMThe food was very good, withThe food was very good, with unique flavors and spices. The service was friendly and efficient. A fun experience.1/1/0001 4:00:00 PM