At a Moroccan restaurant

At a Moroccan restaurant

I was once told that, at a Moroccan restaurant, you can tell the number of courses to be served by counting the stacked tablecloths. After each course, another cloth would be peeled away. When you have had enough food and feel like exploding, the phrase to use is safi or baraka  (“enough”).

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