It is a nice Restaurant for your dinner. Nice music and food, you can also drink some wine here! Prices is ok for the set menu
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The staff is very friendly and I have to say that this is probably the best service we had during our 2 week stay in Morocco. My girlfriend and I was surprised by the quality of the live music. A couple of men were playing...More
Restaurant was recommended by friends, great choice for our first night in Essaouira. Service was good, food tasty, nice atmosphere. Great live music. Would definitely return.
Great restaurants serving many types of dishes including vegetarian. You know it's a great restaurant when it smells so good near the entrance! This restaurant also serves alcohol which can be find to hard sometime in the area. The live music is also excellent and...More
We were able to walk in at 7pm, although many tables were reserved. Rather cheesy but OK live music started about 30 mins later. 6hour steamed lamb was delicious, carafe of red wines was ok. Chocolate fondant desert yummy (we shared it between the two...More
Found La Sirocco by chance, and were lucky enough to find a table available on the two nights that we ate there. Although busy, the service and food were first class and the staff are absolutely charming. I cannot recommend a visit highly enough!
There are several good restaurants in Essaouira and they jump between ranks on a daily basis as people are encouraged to rate by restaurateurs. We didn't need any encouragement here as the restaurant and live music was in full swing when we arrived. Nice welcoming...More
Our second visit to Le Sirocco and even better than last year. Staff were full of fun and had us up dancing. My fillet steak was sensational. Both Moroccan and international food on the menu. Something for everyone. We wish we had a restaurant like...More
This was just what we wanted for a stylish but relaxing family meal: we popped by in the morning to reserve a table for the evening, got to choose where we'd sit. Lovely atmosphere, beautiful lighting, jovial waiting staff and very enjoyable live music.
We were recommended this restaurant by a traveller we met in the Atlas Mountains, some of the Riads promote the restaurant also. It is a good recommendation and well worth a visit. I had beautifully fresh calamari and then the monkfish curry. The curry was...More