Nice atmosphere in a wonderfully decorated restaurant. An experience in itself! The food will not blow you away but will still make for a very good dinner!! To try!
Take a step back in time. We were dropped off in what seemed like the road less travelled. The streets were narrow and there didn't seem to be the usual tourist attractions. Just as we thought we were lost, a voice called out to us.... Le Foundouk? I look around to see a smiling chap with a fez on his... More
A truly beautiful restaurant in a superbly refurbished riad with authentic decor. Food was outstanding. More expensive than street food, but well worth the indulgence for a memorable night.
Great food & tucked away from all the crowds of the medina. Staff were pleasant enough & decor is superb. Great for couples or those looking for a finer dining experience. Only issue is finding the place on foot! Either give some change to a local kid to take you on foot or take a taxi (the area you have... More
The experience of being met at your taxi by a guide with a 'magic lantern' to light the way was a lovely introduction to the restaurant. As described in other reviews there is a choice of a Moroccan or international menu both if which were very good. The food was excellent, tasty and well presented. What spoiled the evening however... More
We had dinner at Le Foundouk - my husband went with the European menu and I had the Moroccan. Both were great. The Moroccan salad is especially great and I really enjoyed the chicken tagine. Breads are great. My husband had the filet with béarnaise and thought it was one of the best he ever had. For the 2 of... More
Very good food (we stayed with the Moroccan menu so can't comment on the International), good service, very cosy elegant surroundings and a nice atmosphere. Only slight drawback is that the seats are rather low and so you can end up hunched over the table and a little uncomfortable as you eat more. We enjoyed it so much though that... More
Great restaurant down a little laneway in a maze of streets. The taxi ride to this place was a real highlight zipping through tiny Moroccan streets packed with locals, sights, sounds and smells. The restaurant staff greet you and walk you to the restaurant with lanterns which is a nice touch. Upstairs the balcony is the place to be, weather... More
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