We had walked past this place for three days as it never had many customers. The initial thought is that it cant be very good. On looking at the menu, it is slightly higher priced than others around it (not much) but worth eating here. Its not just Tagines and Couscous...the menu has a great range including Pizza, pasta as well as Moroccan cuisine. The service was great, the place looked clean and had views over the square. Well worth a visit and for a few dirhams more, defiantly value for money. It was the best food I had in the four days in Marrakech. Delicious Harira soup, a pizza followed by a Crème Brulee. Very nice.
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