Liked this. Small place, small menu, oudist strumming, nice fizzing tagine, limited but good enough wine list. 600 MAD for two.
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The interior is as Moroccan as the cuisine. Lovely place for an authentic dinner with local music -- the oud player was joined by the manager on the tambour; later one of the kitchen ladies came out and joined in with percussion. Small café in...More
food is good, waiters-musicians are polite and welcoming, the place is charming and special, possible to have a beer and some wine.
This is a good restaurant for those that rather not be too adventurous with their Moroccan food. It is a bit pricey but you get good service and nice atmosphere. Personally it is a bit stuffy for me and I rather eat more local. It...More
Merci Mr vdlong
My first meal in Morocco and it was wholesome food, traditional food with daily specials; staccato service and frequented by locals at the bar smoking cigars.
One of the best Moroccan food I have had that is not home cooked. The decor is very cute and the service is outstanding.
Decided to visit this place only because I could no longer stand to eat without wine. It's the typical tourist trap. As a matter of fact, all guests were tourists. We had lamb with pears and lamb with aubergines, which proved completely tasteless. Made me...More
The owners played music and sang to the patrons as well as serving. That really enhanced the dinner. The cous cous was ok but the tajine and salads and wine were quite good and tasty. Nice atmosphere.
We were a group of 6 people, so reserving in advance (just 1 day) was necessary. We enjoyed the meal and the diverse offerings. Try their signature aperitif (vodka, tonic, cassis), it was very refreshing.