The food isn’t good The quality can be better They don’t use good ingredients I don’t recomend the couscous and chicken tajine
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I liked the picturesque location and internal decoration. The staff is friendly and prompt. Tables are supposed to be “original”, in reality if you are not sitting on the benches, it is pretty uncomfortable. Price is more than decent (3 people with full meals and...More
We were a group of three friends and we tried several very delicious dishes at this amazing restaurant. Definitely recommend it and thanks again to the staff for their amazing food and service !
Lovely traditional food is served at this great restaurant located a short walk from Place des Nations Unies and the main streets. Check opening hours though and arrive well before closing.
Great lamb cus cus, excellent ambiance and very good moroccan wine. Location is very convenient as the area is full of good priced hotels.
We went here for dinner one night, and were disappointed that there was only one vegetarian dish on the menu. Nevertheless, the one couscous dish was delicious. The actual couscous was superb - and as a vegetarian, I know good couscous! Here's the thing -...More
This was my second visit to al mounia. I was just as impressed this time as last time. The Moroccan soup was amazing as was the lamb. If I’m back in Casablanca I will visit again.
The quality of the food was very medium, the prices are too expensive for what it is, the service was really POOR, we had to ask for bred every since and when, I didn't get an answer for any questions regarding the menu, the plates...More
The waiter was cold faced and was not interested in explaining what Al Mounia Salad is. When we asked what’s Al Mounia Salad, he literally said:”local salad.” Really? I mean, this is your signature salad, and it’s hard to guess what’s in there, a 100DH...More