The main reason for which I would not recommend this restaurant is that they tried to cheat me with the price. When I entered the restaurant, I asked them which is the price for the whole menu and they said 200 dirhams. So I had the lunch. When I asked for the bill, it was 40 dirhams more (which is about 4 euros) and when I asked why, they said it was for the water, which is an incredible price for Morocco. So I never recommend places like that. I also suggest that in Morocco you always ask to have clear the prices before you do anything and if at the end they ask you for more, just refuse to pay it.
As to the food, they give you a variety of tiny dips as starters (at about 6-7 or so), which they are not really a great thing. And then they serve a couscous and a desert with a tea. The quality of food is quite normal. But not so exquisite as to pay 200 or more dirhams for it. With that money you can get a really great meal in other places.
I would also have to inform you: The place is really hidden in the little streets of Medina. Don't even think of trying to find it yourself with the map. You have to be guided by somebody that you trust. And definately forget trying to find it alone in the evening! It could be very dangerous.
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