This restaurant and hotel rivals some of the palace tourist attractions. Wonderful mosiac tiling throughout. Intricate paster carvings. We sat by the pool in the riad courtyard feeling like little princes and princesses. One waiter can made or break your meal. Ours was both attentive, charming and efficient.
The food was presented extremely well with a Nicoise style salad intricately composed. Lamb and chicken skewers were perfectly seasoned. But the bought in bbq sauce was totally unnecessary. Lemon chicken tagine was the best of our visit. The portion overcame our petite guest. Me, I pigged out with the sea food rissotto as a starter AND the lamb kebabs. But they were only 100 dirhams each. Lovely coffee as ever. All coffee in Marrakech is great.
The wines from the nearby coastal region were very well priced at just 200 dirhams a bottle. It was our last day and our last meal before an evening flight back to London. We left so full that we didn't mind the 3 and half hour foodless flight back.
A beautiful restaurant in a beautiful setting.
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