After a three-year hiatus, Aziza (from the people behind Mourad) reopened in its original Geary Blvd. spot with a new look. The Moroccan restaurant now feels like a luxury resort with raised ceilings, palm-leaf wallpaper, and a long, blue-tiled bar. And while Aziza looks like a completely new restaurant, the food is as great as ever. Start with the set of three spreads (butter bean with spicy merguez, piquillo-almond, and lebni with roe) with fresh flatbread before moving on to their larger plates like the tangy roasted cauliflower and chicken basteeya that’s full of spices and ground nuts.
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