Great restaurant away from the busiest of the main old town. Would advise you to get there early to mid evening as we arrived around 10.30pm and only the starters were available. As we are quite new to Moroccan the owners were very helpful explaining what each dishes on the menu were. The food was delicious and we even ended up ordering two of the dishes again. The bread was home-made, warm and fresh from the oven. And the wine was the best and cheapest we'd had during our whole stay in Altea. Even though other restaurants may be better located, this one makes up for it with its fantastic food and hosts. Will definitely be going back on our next stay in Altea to try the tagines!
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