The food (I had pastilla) was delicious and the service is genuinely friendly - you will feel right a home!
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I tried many dishes (only Tajines) and never been disappointed. Ok i have been many times and can not make up my mind which is the best Tajines.Every thing is fresh. Beware of the bread with their special butter, it is soOOOOO good you will...More
The concierge at our hotel told us we didn't want to go there. It's old he said. It's too old. Thank goodness we didn't listen to him. The old decor lends to the vibe and is part of this place's charm. The owner, who spoke...More
It is a recommendable restaurant near the Mohamed VI Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, In the menu you can find typical moroccan food. The waiter was really professional and helped us with everything we needed
This is a brightly lit restaurant on the outside but looks like a bit of a throwback with its interior decor. It is pastiche Arabia bur=t charming and bright The manager/ owner is very welcoming and luckily spoke English. He talked me through the menu...More
This little restaurant serves very descent couscous, tajines and other staples of traditional Moroccan cuisine. The service is very welcoming and attentive. Here you will also have a good choice of local wines. The restaurant was either decorated with the 1950s in mind or simply...More
I agree that the service is good and the space is pleasing - though very quiet on the night we were there - but I thought the food was a little disappointing. I had chicken tagine which was a skinny chicken leg portion with almonds....More
This place seems stuck in the 1950's with its decor and attentive staff. Excellent Moroccan fair - pastillas and tajines. Decent Moroccan wines at good prices.