It’s a very interesting traditional place in Rabat. The food is ok and the service as well. Sometimes there are musicians playing regional instruments.
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Great atmosphere in the medina and we were led in by a man with a lamp. Food was delicious and the service exceptional. There was entertainment and the staff started to dance toward the end of the evening. It was a fun dinner.
This gem is hidden in the narrow streets of a historical area in Rabat. You will be guided from the main street by the lamp man. The atmosphere of the restaurant is warm. There are 2 fire places with actual fire. The service is great...More
I was with a group of 16, we sat at several tables. There was live music (lute, drum, singing). The food was delicious. Someone at another table, not part of our group, had a birthday and the staff brought out a birthday cake and all...More
How sad that this lovely space which is filled with tourists has the most surly, antipathetic service in all of Morocco. The waitresses could not be bothered to come to the table. They spent most of their time searching their smart phones. The food was...More
Was looking forward to dining here after seeing good reviews on TripAdvisor. Was pleasantly surprised when we walked in as the setting was very lovely. However, the minute we sat down, it all went downhill. The waiters were very inattentive, and it was clear that...More
Tucked away in small ally is a big restaurant with delicious food and wine! The tables are classically set, waitstaff are engaging, efficient and fun and the entertainment this night was accomplished in Moroccan folk music to the point that the staff joined in chorus...More