Dar Loubane has been there for ages and the quality of the food is consistently reliable. The setting is an old, unrenovated riad, so you sit in the main courtyard or in the covered side areas -- all quite atmospheric. The service is cheerful and the prices are reasonable. Unlike so many Moroccan restaurants, you can be sure that when you order a tagine it will arrive with a decent amount of meat, and not just a hint of meat with plenty of bones and fat. This is one Moroccan menu where you can order anything you like and you can't go wrong.
On some nights the restaurant provides entertainment in the form of a group of musicians who perform typical gnaoua music, which is long on drums and chants. Some diners might greatly enjoy this exotic and interesting experience; others might find it loud and intrusive. If you care about this one way or another, it might be a good idea to inquire if music is also on the menu when you visit.
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