If your looking for some decent grub that's close to the medina and away from the hustle and bustle, this isn't a bad place to come. It's was clean, staff were friendly and the food was pretty tasty.
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Portions were so ridiculous. Honestly, not even when I was 5 years old I was eating that little. We had to laugh when we got our tasteless vegetarian tanjin and minimalistic fish tanjin, the taste of which was decent but it was gone in about...More
This place sucks. They made it incredibly obvious how much they dislike tourists. They were very friendly and joking around with the locals but were very cold and almost unresponsive with the tourists. And this wasn't a language barrier thing cause I speak French and...More
Our Riad manager recommended this place to eat as we arrived quite late at our accommodation and it was close by. My husband had a beef kebab and I had grilled lamb cutlets, which were served with fries and delicious carrots served in half a...More
We did not enjoy our visit here at all. The tagines and couscous were tasteless, the meat seemed simply boiled and with no spices added. Plus, the waiter tried to rip as off in the end, by pointing out that service was not included in...More
I've been to this cafe last and this year too and I really liked it. It is in the center next to Medina, it is possible to sit out and inside as well. The food is delicious, whatever I tried that was yummy. The place...More
The best couscous in town, this place looks a bit old fashioned but it seems to be something very typical, it's just located close to one of the entrances of The Medina Couscous portions are huge but they are totally worth it, simply delicious. Try...More