I visited here as part of a TUI organised excursion. You enter down an ominous dark alleyway but emerge into a beautiful courtyard in the centre of this very grand riad.
We were seated next to the fountain and huge palm tree, both of which made this a very exotic and exciting location to dine.
The food was wonderful and very plentiful too. The selection of small starters and bread were delicious, and was followed by the Pigeon Pastilla, which was sweet, rich, crispy and gorgeous. The lamb tagine with fluffy couscous was lovely, as were the honey pancakes and almond biscuits to follow. Traditional mint tea was served as the last course.
The staff and host were very friendly and the drinks were free flowing. The traditional gnawa music and belly dancing made this a true taste of Morocco.
I cannot recommend Dar Majana enough, it was a magical end to my holiday and I hope to return soon.
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