Baraka Cafe offers traditional Algerian-Tunisian and North African cuisine in a cozy space reminiscent of eating in the chef’s home kitchen in the Mediterranean
We had a great dining experience at this Middle-eastern restaurant. We were particularly pleased because our other dining experiences of Middle-eastern food in our area have been a disappointment.
We love pita, humus, eggplant, & lamb, & ordered accordingly. The appetizers of humus & eggplant were superb, as was our entree of lamb chops. Everything was beautifully presented: savory, tasty, spiced to perfection. We were missing the wine, but were told that the liquor license is pending, & will arrive soon. We are hoping that this will be a speedy process! We are so fortunate to have this restaurant!
Hands-down the best place for Mediterranean and North African fare in the Boston area. During the day they operate as a café with superb Mediterranean fare and exquisite drinks like Moroccan tea, and convert to a full restaurant at night with fantastic and authentic Moroccan, Tunisian, and Algerian dishes. The service is on the slightly slower side, but the gorgeous decor and friendliness of the staff and owners mean one is unlikely to notice. This has become my go-to spot for lunch (partly because the prices are so reasonable), and each time I introduce a friend, Baraka gains a new frequent customer.
Fantastic! Great service, knowledgeable and absolutely delicious food. All three of us thought it was fantastic. Love the decor or two. I will definitely be back with more friends.
Highly recommend this restaurant. Staff is extremely dedicated to quality of food and experience. We are definitely going back. So refreshing to have an amazing authentic meal in an intimate setting. So rare to find a jem such as Baraka Cafe!
We loved everything. From Drinks(Lemonade), Appetizer (Hummus) to Main Course (Lamb Tajine) . We were a group of 11 people. The only complaint was that the service is extremely slow. We Entered the restaurant at 11:45 and got our main course at 1:15. So plan accordingly. But food was totally worth the wait.