We could not stay at Dar Roumana, because it was booked for our dates, but we made sure to have a dinner there. We were given directions to arrive by taxi at a specific city gate, where a porter would meet us for the walk through the maze of streets to the Dar. Once inside, we were welcomed into a beautiful, relaxing dining area, with lovely soft music playing in the background. The menu was very impressive, and more nouvelle and sophisticated than typical Moroccan fare. We had two starters: cold roasted tomato with crab and coriander pesto, and beets with goat cheese and baba ganoush. Our entrees were pan-fried grouper and pan-seared salmon with interesting sauces. Both were perfectly cooked, very tasty, and as fresh as anything we've had in New York or other large cities. This chef sources ingredients from some top-notch places, and can match cooking with some of the best spots you'll find anywhere. The desserts and wine rounded out a lovely meal, along with the service, which was attentive but not overwhelming. If you are lucky enough to get a dinner reservation at Dar Roumana you will not be disappointed.
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