This place was close to my hotel, and I visited it few times. There was a guard seating in front. Not sure why, maybe because they serve alcohol.
It's a bit dark inside, with some chillout music playing. The crowd - young, modern - fits the environment. The young waiters are usually efficient, but it leaves a bad taste in your mouth when they try to charge you more drinks than you actually had, so pay attention to handwritten bill.
About food ? Pizza was small, little crunchy and dry. Not the type which makes you come back.
This place has a value in Rabat. It differs from typical local tea'n'coffee places, and that's its' main value.
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