Some would say this restaurant is a bit touristy, but the food here is extremely delicious. We had fresh bread, mint tea, fresh juice, beef tagine and chicken tagine. All of it worth having. 5/5
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We had lunch at this restaurant as part of our Said Tour, which I would also recommend. We had a table on the balcony and the view was fantastic. The food was absolutely delicious, l really enjoyed the mint tea and honey cakes, still craving...More
The decoration is simple but exotic and authentic. The food was great,the portions huge and the Seevice excellent. I went there with colleagues from work and it was a very nice experience. They also had live traditional music during the whole time. The views from...More
Our guide recommended this restaurant as a good example of Moroccan food and he was right on the money. Unfortunately we were not able to sit outside and missed the view but the food was its own reward. The Harina soup was delicious,chicken tangine very...More
Excellent Moroccan Food in a Fantastic Location! The staff was very attentive. The view on the balcony was perfect, if a little bit cool due to the wind! The waiters brought coverups for the ladies in our group to stave off the chill! They have...More
Lovely place, lovely friendly and very efficient people but the best bit was the two piece band made up of a couple of old guys doing some traditional upbeat music ! They were so happy and so much good fun ! Food was excellent !
We stopped here for lunch as part of a guided day tour. The day we toured was also my daughter's birthday, and the restaurant did a spectacular job making it special. They made her a traditional orange cake decorated with preserved fruit and whipped cream,...More
Caters to tourists or I should say the tourists that the guides bring there. I guess they feel comfortable with the cleanliness & service. It was about a $20 usd lunch. Pricey for here.