Delicious food, welcoming and nice host, and good friends - that is the recipe to an amazing and fun evening. We started the evening with sweet Moroccan tea which I really like, homemade bread and spicy olives (I love this kind of olives and couldn't stop eating them). Everything we ate after was really good, but for the best thing (beside the olives of course) was the Tagine. I loved when Khawla told us about the ingredients of each dish, and told us a bit about the life in Morocco. I might come back again ;)
Fun fact - one of the friends that was there with me is from Morocco, and he said that the food reminded him of his home and his mom's cooking. I think there is no greater compliment than that.