Extremely nice discovery! A hidden restaurant in a very old riad. Just finding this place in the maze of small streets is great. The food was ok nothing fantastic but I would recommend it.
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This is a fabulous secret. Most people go to Maison Arabe or Cafe Des Espices or Nomad. Neither hold a candle to this place. The food is much better than the other places listed. It is also very romantic and beautiful. The restaurant is a...More
Magical in every way, that is all I will say! The only true Morrocan restaurant that goes beyond ones expectations. Bravo pour tout l'equipe et l'imagination et class de Le propietaire! Je revien en Janvier avec mon mari Merci pour Le bon gout. All the...More
Ksar Es Saoussan is a welcome retreat after being in the chaos of Medina alleys. The food was excellent, abundant, and a great introduction to Moroccan cuisine. I would say the service was on par with some of the best dining experiences the world has...More
A little off the beaten track, however it is signed posted. Once you get into the restaurant it's beautiful, the main room has a lot of original features and our host gave us a detailed history of the building. Upon our arrival (we were the...More
The restaurant is rather hard to find and seems rather suspect when you first try to find it, but once you get to the riad that the restaurant is located in, you'll be blown away. The interior is beautiful and the service is top notch....More
First of all, this restaurant is a bit hidden and requires a little exploration to find. However, if you find it, you are in for a treat! My friend and I ordered their petite dinner 4 course meal. It was amazing! the first course was...More
Wonderful setting - the house is a real architectural and design gem, with lots of original features. The food is traditional Moroccan with all the great flavours you typically associate with the country. Excellent service from all the staff, definitely the best restaurant we found...More
The phrase 'hidden gem' is very applicable here - it took us a while to find the place (and asking stallholders in the souk drew a blank!) but googlemaps got us there in the end. Once we found it, it was wonderful - the most...More
Coming here late in the evening, and then beeing part of the 1001- nights stories. Wonderful, this was both really good food, but even more important, the athmosphere. Marrocan food and very friendly staff.