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No ambiance to the place but it's clean and the food is solid and cheap. We wanted something quick as we were tired and our guide had recommended this place. They have great grilled food and you can order however much (or little) you like....More
It’s so good we’ve been back again. They’re is a set menu which is good but today we went off the main menu. Both times excellent food and really cheap. Very much recommended. Please note they don’t serve alcohol.
Get beyond the bright cafeteria style white light and enjoy. Unlike the apalling service in the market the waiters are humorous and the price is honest. The Harire was a lovely soup full of flavour and add a touch of spicy sauce to make a...More
Has the usual Moroccan foods but clean and good prices. Friendly staff. Fresh meats. Known for its skewers. Vegetarian and Gluten free options available. It is down a quieter street off the main square near the post office. Highly recommended
This restaurant serves the usual Moroccan food like couscous, tagines, salads, etc. But I believe it’s famous for its barbecue meat. I usually don’t eat lamb but I was encouraged to try it. I was very glad I did. The lamb chops were delicious. They...More
Came here twice for dinner. First time I wanted to try the Moroccon salad which was basically tomatoes and onions (10MED only!) and a Tajine with lamb, prunes and almond, simply divine. Second time I went for a mixed salad and a chicken with veg...More
First meal in the city, place was recommended by our Riad. My chicken with vegetable tagine was ok. But the food my brother and the kids got were dried pieces of chicken with lemon, and something I believe was a shoe sole biefteek? The Kefta...More