Reach to the place is almost a miracle, but ask for the olive market and you will be closer to it. The place isn't pretty and the waitress are not the kindest, but the food is all what matters in this place. With a well...More
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Best Lamb on our foodie trip. Maybe Jamie spent a week here but I definitely would recommend a guide. Our seeing eye guide took us up the four floors past et al ,.. to a taste of heaven over looking Dante's inferno below. Nothing needs...More
We opted to have dinner here after seeing the excellent rating on Tripadvisor. We were not disappointed, we had the lamb tangier which was succulent and full of spices. We chose to watch the sunset over the square on the topmost terrace while having dinner-definitely...More
We read about this in our guidebook and decided to go as I figured this was a safe place to try the infamous Sheep's Head instead of, say, Jemaa El-Fnaa square. It's a nice setting and clearly popular with locals. It took a very long...More
A family owned restaurant know for its meat dishes and traditional Marrakech Tangia, Chez Lamine is popular with locals and not just for tourists. I stopped by for Friday couscous. Although the chicken couscous was more expensive than at other nearby places, it was still...More
Our guide and driver took us here for lunch. The portions were large, plentiful, fresh, flavourful and clean. A lot of locals were dining here. Washroom were small but clean, next to the prayer room.
You have not really experienced the taste of Morocco until you taste roast lamb from this street restaurant. Ask to see the hole in ground where the whole lamb is cooked.
Not to be missed as seen in the TV documentary. The staff spoke little English and I was not sure how to go about ordering. We ordered 1/2 kg of lamb and was charged 5DH for the bread. Wished he had asked me if I...More