Romantic Dining: Tangierino offers diners a more worldly take on the romantic dinner. The setting, dark, and draped in rich fabrics oozes romance. While the exotic spice blends and traditional dishes cooked in tagines bring the romance to the food itself. Find yourself seated in a cozy table for two in the corner or in one of the more luxurious booths enclosed by curtains suitable to allow you a little respite from the wandering eyes of those nearby. The menu is split between Moroccan specialties ("Old World" dishes) and more American staples that although equally as good can be found on many Boston menus. Stick with tradition and take advantage of Tangierino's unique offerings by ordering up their specialties like the Merguez Tangierino, Sultan's Kadra and the M'rouzia of Boneless Short Ribs.
Middle Eastern: Dishes on Tangierino's eclectic menu hail from all parts of the globe, especially Morocco, France, and Africa. They feature expert preparation, surprising twists, and are delightfully presented. Upon being seated at a lovely mosaic-topped table, guests are presented a complimentary serving of Moroccan bread and hummus. Rich entrees include pan-crisped duck breast with glazed prunes, baby turnips, and couscous or grilled sirloin atop whipped potatoes. The interior sings of romance and mystery, thanks to deep red walls, artwork, ornate furniture, mirrors, and candlelight.