This restaurant is a good choice for tourists combining traditional Moroccan dishes with Italian and other European options, with good service and very clean facilities.
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Had a dinner with two business partners. Place was not much occupied but very pleasant service. Limited menu in English so better you have someone local with you or speak basic French. Great food, local Morocco wine is lovely, nice atmosphere... until the band started to play and sing local songs. They were screaming in the mic so loud we... More
Our group loved the Moroccan vibe of this clean, spacious restaurant. We enjoyed the cold Casablanca beer, along with lamb tajine and chicken pastilla. All were very good and arrived quickly. Others were pleased with the couscous and mint tea.
This was a welcome stop for our group after visiting Volubilis and as a prelude to exploring Meknes. The food was good quality, promptly served by smiling staff and set us up for the afternoon's walking.
The service was excellent, as was the decor. The food was so - so and quite pricey. We were part of a tour group so there was not much choice as to where the tour bus left us.
We stopped here for lunch on our visit to Meknes. The driver insisted he would take us to a nice restaurant as he didn't want us to eat bad food, in all honesty as a frequent traveller I can tell where us good or bad but we learnt very quickly how the tour guides pick and choose places for their... More
We went to have lunch, wall of the room is beautiful with ceramic morocco style. We had tagine set, one chicken tagine with lemon and oliive and one lamb tagine with prune, the price of the set was 150 durhams including morocco bread, salad, targine fruit and mint tea with biscuit. The waiter spoke English and poured tea Morocco style.... More
Palais Terrab is fantastic restaurant, nice decorated, with very good food, delicious moroccan salads, various tajines, quick and professional service.
It is a restaurant busy with group restaurant. Waiters do amazing job serving so many people in the peak hours. It sounds like it is not a complement but it is. A special thanks should go to the tea master, a waiter responsible for a mint tea pouring. It is like a show to watch him pouring tea from way-way... More
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