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We are a Moroccan restaurant in the Boston Public Market. Come by and visit us today! 

Location & Hours

View Mo'Rockin Fusion at 100 Hanover St,
Boston, MA 02108 on Google Maps

Call Mo'Rockin Fusion by phone at 617-487-9453

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Wednesday - Saturday

11am - 6pm

We are located in the Boston Public Market

Our Food Truck is currently not running due to the COVID crisis

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Our Story

How Mo'Rockin Fusion Got Started

Morad’s love for cooking stems from his childhood growing up in Morocco and helping his mother out in the kitchen. He moved to the U.S. in his 20s and worked at a number of fine dining restaurants in Atlantic City and Boston, but he always wanted to have a business of his own. He knew that the kind of food he liked to cook was unique (and delicious), so he decided to test the market by opening a food truck.

Early Struggles

The early days were tough for Morad for two main reasons: First, most people didn’t know anything about Moroccan food and were reluctant to try it. Second, it was very hard to secure space for his truck. As Morad recounts, “The first year was hard because it was a new idea and people weren’t familiar with Moroccan food. It was very hard for us to get spaces because the space providers want to see success before they push your food. So in 2016 we only operated two days of the week.”

Morad was able to make ends meet by catering on days his truck wasn’t in use, but it was challenging early on. He had interviewed other food truck owners, and found that many of them told him that they had been successful right off the bat. Reflecting on that, Morad says, “People aren’t as likely to share details about the negative aspects or struggles of early years.

In order to make a decision about a food truck, you need to be exposed to the whole picture – the good and the bad.” On top of those struggles he had a business deal turn sour, which ended up costing him a good chunk of his savings (and seed capital for his new venture). A lot of entrepreneurs would have packed it in at this stage, but Morad believed in his idea (and more importantly, his food), and he stuck with it.

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    Morad Bouzidi


    Despite being out only two days a week, Morad’s food truck began to gain steam over the year as more and more customers came to know and appreciate his distinctive cuisine. Eventually the city took notice, offering him more and better food truck locations until ultimately he was able to opera…



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