So glad we decided to eat in at the riad, dinner was excellent. I had various Moroccan small plates to start: aubergine, hummus, a mango chutney-like dish, stewed carrots, a cauliflower type of mix, and some sort of spicy jam. My friend had the cheese puff pastry; the cheese was so smooth and the sauces were like a chutney and a yogurt. My main meal was so unique and outstanding: pastille of pigeon. It was like having baklava but with pigeon meat inside. It was warm, with cinnamon and brown sugar, a little spice, and crunchy. Really loved it. My friend had shrimp tajine, also excellent, with an aubergine sauce. Dessert was apple cinnamon crumble with vanilla ice cream and raisins, warm and yummy. We had a rose syrah with dinner, unusual, high alcohol %, but it grew on me and mellowed, also paired well with the meal.
Ambience here is also very nice, modern but warm, and if you stay here your room is just down the hall!
Breakfast is also very good. Buffet style, nice variety, will also make things to order.
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