We got our hotel to book us a table for dinner and were hailed by a member of Dar Mima who was waiting for us in the main road and who guided us down the alleyways to the restaurant. We could not have wished for a warmer welcome. Madame was very charming throughout the evening and greeted us with a small glass of milk flavoured with orange blossoms. We were given olives with our wine, and both of us enjoyed the food: Harira soup with dates, and chicken in Filo pastry to start, followed by Lamb tagine with prunes which compared well to others we have eaten over the years. After dessert, tea and coffee with little biscuits were offered free.
We will certainly go back again in the future
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