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Imperial Fez Restaurant

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2285 Peachtree Rd NE,Atlanta, GA 30309

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Additional Business Information

phones:

main: 404.351.0870

business hours:

M-Tu Closed, W-Th 6pm-10pm, F-Sa 6pm-11pm, Su 6pm-10pm (Will open any monday or Tuesday by erangehent or special avents)

payment methods:

american express, cash, discover, mastercard, traveler's check, visa

categories:

restaurants, food, professional services

urls:

website: http://www.imperialfez.com

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based on 96 reviews

11/23/14
Felisa E.
Good food, great atmosphere, and unique experience. The food will tantalize your taste buds! Service was phenomal. Warning plan to spend a lot of $$$$.

12/24/14
Steve B.
Venue: Imperial Fez Decor: Middle Eastern(ish) Service: Friendly Environment: Cozy Food: Lamb, Chicken, Fish, more Prices: (see Debbie...

10/27/14
Ike K.
Worst Service Ever. Food is good; not worth the price. Let me start by saying there were two tables who left while we were waiting to be served....
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total check-ins: 1416
01/08/10
Jessica Robinson
Try any of their amazing meals and make it a night of entertainment.
04/12/13
Pam Lawrence Callaway
wonderful night!
01/31/12
Fadia Kader
You're going for the fun Factor - other than that it's an over priced experience- cause the food is blah.
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user reviews

rating 3.5 out of 5
02/09/15
S Basnight
Good food and great entertainment makes for a very memorable evening. Starting with the food, I really enjoyed the pita bread and hummus, spanish meatballs with ginger saffron sauce, and the spicy vegetables. The dessert was tasty as well and I had a filo pastry and mint tea. The tea was amazingly g....
10/25/14
Carissa Gilman
The only authentic thing here was the picture of the king. Unlike anything I had in Morocco.
10/25/14
J. Gilman
This place is not a Moroccan restaurant. I've been to Morocco. I ate at maybe 15 restaurants between Cassablanca, Rabat, Fez, Marrakech and Meknes. I ate at several riads, a few Berber homes and cooked with a chef in Fez. This place is nothing like what I experienced there. It's more like a Morocc....
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