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Set in the ruins of a courtyard house in Old Fez. We serve Tapas at lunch, street foods, also cakes and pastries, fresh juices (eg watermelon or cucumber & mint or date and orange blossom milk) and Modern Moroccan dinners (*7 hour lamb 'Mechwi' or Pigeon B'Stella order in advance*) When it is hot there is shade and sun hats, when cold or wet there is a salon with a log fire. When wet or during high season (Christmas, Easter, May & October) reservations essential. We are situated 5 minutes from Talaa Seghira & the same distance from Batha, there are some painted signs. *No alcohol I am sorry to say* We offer an escort service to & from your accommodation within the medina, call in advance to
A smiling face welcomed us from behind the bar. We could pick a table ourselves and 've got served a good food even though we were beetween the lunch and the dinner times. Good value for the money, quiet and relaxed! Kids friendly!
i took my mother and my sister there so we can get relaxed , have a nice dinner and enjoy our time before heading back home , but unfortunetly the ppl who work there , especially the manager was rude to us in a disgusting...More
Date of visit: November 2018
autmanr, General Manager at The Ruined Garden, responded to this reviewResponded 5 days ago
Thank you very much for taking the time to write, I am really disheartened and rather puzzled looking at your feedback, I am very sorry if you have had encountered such thing here, I am saying puzzled because I am the manager and...More
Turned up with no reservation and was seated in the garden as inside was full. They sorted a fire heater for us as well. Starters were around 40-60dh and mains 100-120 Dh. Everybody enjoyed their tagine. Mine was particularly tender and juicy, the meat literally...More
Fantastic culinary experience in the heart of the old Medina. The bread served with olive oil, cumin and fresh green chilli was a refreshing appetiser. The fried potato balls, lentil stew and white bean stew were particularly outstanding.
We were able to stay warm in...More
Despite it being January we ate outside at The Ruined Garden, plenty of heaters and blankets to keep us warm. Lovely garden.
Good menu, although some dishes had huge portions and some small - very attentive and friendly staff.
On request they will send someone...More