If you’re a fan of Moroccan and Mediterranean dishes, this is the place for you. Your real taste of Morocco might be honeyed chicken, caramelized plums, almonds, soup and rice; or chicken with preserved lemon, olives and couscous. The spacious but nondescript restaurant is named for the daughter of Jonathan and Fatima Belkhalfia, Casablanca transplants; he runs the restaurant, and she cooks, and they are eager to please. It’s a deli, too, so sandwiches, salads and soups are available, but eggplant, kefta, and interesting spices make their way into and onto those offerings, so it’s atypical. Open for lunch Tue.Sun. Dinner only Sat.