Went here on the recommendation of the staff at a museum we visited. A bit outside of the main tourist area, but not a bad walk. You could tell the food was authentic. Had both mint tea and orange juice (Morracan drink staples) and both were fantastic. Our tagines were good and flavourful. We should have ordered coucous to go with them however.
We were there for lunch on a Monday so it wasn't busy at all (I think we were the only ones the for most of the time). Service was a bit slow, but good enough, and the price was good value for money.
The restaurant itself is huge, and includes some nice covered dining area outside in the back.
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