We had dinner at this beautiful, old (I believe 1930’s ) house and the venue was just magnificent. The incredible tile and plaster carving only added to our enjoyment of a wonderful meal. We chose the traditional chicken tagine with couscous, and it was so much better than others we’ve had during our visit to Morocco. The service was quietly excellent and I can’t wait to return to try something else.
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