The new Moroccan restaurant Karima’s Cuisine is officially dishing out Middle Eastern delicacies at 2709 University Square Dr. in Tampa, adjacent to USF’s main campus.
Karima’s Cuisine offers soups, salads, and appetizers like falafel, pita and hummus and grilled eggplant. The new restaurant also serves an extensive panini selection containing many American-style sandwiches like a typical steak and cheese, but with a Morrocan twist.
All of Karima’s tagines (slow-cooked stews) are served in a traditional ceramic pot of the same name, adorned with bright colors and a cone-shaped top — matching the rest of the decor in the Morrocan restaurant, as Karima’s is donned with colorful chairs, bright blue walls, and patterned tile throughout the dining area.
All USF students and other diners who bring in a Karima’s Cuisine flyer get 10% off of their bill. Its
Karima's hours are 11:30 a.m. - 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and Sunday 11:30 a.m. - 9 p.m.
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