Darna may be located in Jerusalem's Russian Compound, but if you allow your senses to wrest control away from your mind, which will probably happen when you enter the restaurant anyway, you would swear you were in Morocco.
Everything about Darna radiates authenticity: the Spanish-inflected Moroccan décor, imported entirely from Morocco and installed by artisans familiar with Moroccan tradition; the stone arches and painstakingly woven rugs; the fixtures on the tables and the lamps that light the interior; and most of all, the enchanting aroma of preserved lemons, saffron and ras el hanout in the air, promising diners strictly glatt kosher Moroccan cuisine prepared the way the North African nation's Jews, Arabs and Berbers have prepared it for centuries.
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