Went here to eat brunch and ended up so full we couldn't eat for the rest of the day. Food was delicious, started with brewed mint tea and fresh orange juice served with traditional bread, olives and Harira soup which was very warming. Next came the freshly fried mini fish and hand cut chips, served with a variety of vegetables and rice. Best fish and chips ever! Then came the pastilla which is a pastry filled with chicken mince and decorated with icing sugar and cinnamon, sweet warm and very filling. And then a fresh sizzling chicken and vegetable tajine, hot and lovely to dip the bread in although we didn't fancy the chicken too much, was a bit rubbery.
Overall excellent service and delicious food, was a bit overpriced as things that are ordered without a menu can be pricey as you discover when you receive the bill!
However if you're around bab juloud, the entrance to the old medina, stop at this street restaurant for a refreshing mint tea or a very filling lunch.
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