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The food was incredible! We had the mezzes platter and we were highly impressed. The restaurant is very nice inside, although a bit challenging to reach. Be sure to park in a nearby parking lot and walk.
The server was very attentive and spoke great...English. He showed us around the restaurant and led us to the rooftop terrace for pictures.
I look forward to coming back in the future and trying some other dishes!More
This fusion restaurant offers some dishes you don’t see on many menus around Marrakech. I had the middle Eastern pasta, which was farfalle pasta with pomegranate seeds, fried shoestring onions, lentils and fresh herbs. The sauce was kind of tangy.. It was a very interesting...twist on pasta! My friend had the hummus with chicken, which was delicious and so fresh, yet a very large portion of hummus, so it might be better to share than to have as a main course. I would definitely return to sample more!More
We had a falafel wrap and the aubergine dish - both really delicious. Would recommend to any friends visiting.
No high chairs if you're visiting with a baby but we had the corner table so the cushioned corner bit was fine for him to sit...and play for a bit.More
Recommended by our local guide, we were more than impressed with the culinary level and the contemporary decor. The beef shawarma was exceptional and the mezze platter, a sampling of salads which was generous and tasty. We wish we could have been in Marrakesh more...time, to try all the items on the menu.
The only negative was no wine...but the virgin cocktails were delicious and we didn't really miss the spirits.More
Response from MeaganSoCal | Reviewed this property |
No, but they have great juice tonics. There is a place called Le Salama down the street that serves alcohol. I would only recommend getting beer or wine, since they do not drink themselves, it’s hard for them to make a... More
No, but they have great juice tonics. There is a place called Le Salama down the street that serves alcohol. I would only recommend getting beer or wine, since they do not drink themselves, it’s hard for them to make a proper cocktail