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About The Sultan's Tent
The Sultan's Tent & Cafe Moroc evoke a feeling of French Morocco. Enjoy the charms of our belly dancers while dining in lantern lit tents.
Café Moroc is reminiscent of 1930s Casablanca with its cream colours, dark wood accents and giant palms, offers an a la carte menu ideal for dinner, drinks, or dessert.
The Sultan's Tent offers a variety of different seating opportunities throughout the week each with its own belly dance performance. While dining in The Sultan's Tent you choose from our fabulous 3-Course or a la carte dinner menu that offers French-Moroccan influenced food to meet the most discerning palate.
Join us in Café Moroc for our French Bistro dining. Situated at the entrance to The Sultan's Tent, Café Moroc is reminiscent of 1930s Casablanca with its cream colours, dark wood accents and giant palms.
Groups of all sizes are welcome in both areas of our restaurant.
Toronto, ON M5E 1B3
Hours of Operation:
LUNCH: TUESDAY-FRIDAY STARTING AT 11:30AM
BRUNCH: SATURDAY STARTING AT 11:30AM
DINNER: TUESDAY-SUNDAY STARTING AT 5:00PM
MONDAY AVAILABLE FOR GROUP DINING. Please call to inquire.
CAN$31 to CAN$50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Belly Dance Performance Nightly. Please call to confirm belly dance performance timing.
Catering all cuisine types, we welcome your inquiries, whether breakfast, lunch, dinner, cocktail parties or private events. Catering menu is available to view on our website.
Whether it is a full service dinner in your home, hall or corporate office or just a simple drop-off, everything we do at The Sultans's Tent is available at your venue.
We also provide custom menu events including corporate BBQs and birthday picnics.
Rent our Moroccan tent and we'll cater the entire Moroccan experience in your back yard.
Street parking available on Front Street East, Church Street and Wellington Street.
Underground parking lots available at Church & Esplanade, Church just north of Wellington, and Scott Street and Front Street East.
Both Union Station and King Station service The Sultan's Tent & Cafe Moroc. If using the Trolley, exit at the King/Church St. stop and walk south 1 block.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, High Tea, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Please call our Guest Services for details at 416-961.0601 or email Events@TheSultansTent.com
The Sultan's Tent Ratings and Reviews
Amazing Entertainment! Came here for dinner for husbands birthday dinner and the service was entertaining and above and beyond! We visited on a Saturday evening at 7 pm and didnt know we would get to witness a live belly dancer! And not the mention the food, presentation, portions, flavour and the service was phenomenal! Trulyyy a wonderful evening! Memorable!! Moroccan cuisine! We sure to order the Moroccan tea bcuz the serving style is authentic and exciting to see!
It is great place for both group dinners, and with someone special. Ambiance is great, comfortable, unique Moroccan, and very relaxing. Menu offers great selection of both Moroccan and Canadian dishes, great selection of wine, and alcoholic beverages, weekend evenings offer belly dancing as an additional special feature.
All in all a great experience!
I've been here before that's why I wanted to take my boyfriend for his birthday. However, when making the reservations, I specifically stated that it was his birthday in the notes and that I would like his dessert to have a candle in it, or some sort of birthday surprise. In addition when I received a confirmation call the day of the reservation I told the lady on the phone and she ensured me that they made a note of my request, and of course when the server brought out the dessert it didn't have anything. I was very disappointed by this and I will not be returning because simple instructions weren't followed. Also, the food was okay, but the drinks we ordered were awful, and I requested a corner seat on the cushioned pillions, and I didn't get it, but there were 3 of those seats available. The entertainment was nice because it was different, however they had several difficulties trying to start the audio.
Went here for a anniversary date with my girlfriend, quite disappointed. For a $55 prix fixe menu, I expected more. The restaurant was too brightly lit when we arrived around 8:30. The show was scheduled for 9 so I planned our reservation accordingly however it was delayed until 9:40, but slow service accompanied it so we had our food barely in time. The appetizer, the muful (sp? Meat cigars) was tasty although could've easily been a frozen entree I picked up from the grocery store and I would've known the difference, with a dash of sauce over it to make it fancy. For the main I had an extremely bland lamb shank, the flavor boiled out of it, and my girlfriend had the tanjine. This was on my recommendation as I've been to Morocco and know how beautiful this dish can be. Now I looked like a fool for suggesting a flavour less chicken breast, with a hint of saffron in the rice. The belly dancers started shortly there after, and were entertaining. The dessert was a standard chocolate tart a la any coffee house... Overall, very very disappointed. Don't waste your money here, go else where for better food, service and experience...
We had an original reservation for 6:15. When we got there we were told the show was changed to 9:00. I had brought my daughter, and wanted her to experience the show. So, we had to wait around downtown for a couple more hours. The service was extremely slow. I don't think we will be returning.
We went there for our Wedding Anniversary.
Great food. We had the hummus and the 'cigar' for starters and the lamb shanks for main. Both excellent choices. There is a set 3-course menu or an a la carte with the same items. The portions were generous and the food high quality.
The service was excellent.
The belly dancing was an added bonus which made it a memorable evening.
I'd love to leave a review for this restaurant but the service was so bad we left. We had been seated promptly but waited 20 minutes and still no server. Not even an offer of WATER and no indication they would be serving us anytime soon we left. We overheard several other patrons complaining about service and indicating they would never return. Two servers for roughly 20 tables. They were running their butts off but getting nowhere. Got up and politely said "it seemed as if they were too busy for our business." The waiters astounded me by saying "yes"! Never going back. I've only rated as a one star in the catagories because Opentable won't let you post unless you fill in all the categories
I made a reservation with the Sultans tent for my birthday as I had never been and I thought it would be a great experience. They called me twice to confirm the reservation so I assumed the place would be really busy. When we arrive for our 8pm reservation, group of 8, the place was empty and we had to wait about 15 minutes to be seated. The hostess was not very friendly at all. I have no complaints about the waiter. He was funny and I didn't mind that tip was included with our bill because we were more than 6 people. The food was good but took too long to come and came at different times so we waited for over 10 minutes for some people to get their food while the other plates sat there getting cold. The belly dancers were underwhelming and hard to see. Show lasted for a short time then the restaurant went back to being quiet. There was another party next to us who also didn't seem to be enjoying their experience. I'm sure there are other Moroccan restaurants in Toronto that have just as good food and are cheaper.
While the food was very good the service lacked the attention we felt this price point of dinner deserved. Dessert was comped as the "famed" creame brûlée was disappointing. The place lacked service and attention to detail and the vibe was a little sleepy. While this isn't something the restaurant can't control I have no issue as it was quiet however due to the lack of business the service should have been top notch.
I had a small leg of lamb and rice and my boyfriend had a chicken breast with mashed potatoes. The food was just fine. We each had a drink, one wine and one beer. Dinner bill was $186. Ambiance was different but not worth the money. Better off at a good steakhouse for the price.
I book the Sultan's tent for my dad's 70th birthday. It was just what I wanted, a unique experience with friendly service and food they would not have been able to purchase where they live. Everything was great! Make sure you say yes to the "tea" and don't be shy to belly dance.
I would say very average Moroccan food and ambiance . not impressed with the place at all.
This place is cramped ,they try to accommodate as many customers as they can by putting tables too close together . Live performance for 25 mins is the only good part .
I went to the Sultan's Tent during Summerlicious this week, and had an absolutely wonderful time! I dined by myself, and was given a table in the middle of the restaurant with a front row seat for the 8pm belly dancing show (though there are really no 'bad' seats in the whole house!). The food was full of flavour and texture, and was definitely worth my 'splurge' for an evening out! The dancer was also a highlight - very talented and engaging, giving equal attention to those seated in all areas of the restaurant. I would highly recommend this experience for anyone looking for a more unique way to spend the evening!
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