Wonderful food and fantastic service. The staff took good care of us while we were there. I had the pear tajine and it was excellent.
OK, assume you are a tourist in Rabat, and you have just a few possibilities to taste local cuisine - then this might be a good idea. Yes, the number of locals is rather low - which may have to do with the fact that it's one of the few Moroccan restaurants (not located within a hotel) which also serves... More
When you enter a resturant and just see tourists, this should already give you the clue that you should better do a u turn and look for another restaurant. We took 2 different meal: The tajine kefta with eggs, it taste and look like (and i m not exagerating) food coming directly out of a tin can, the worst tasteless... More
A great little restaurant with a relaxed atmosphere and friendly service, that serves a full range of authentic Moroccan dishes including tanjia (jugged beef). Excellent portion sizes, and each was delicious. Menus available in English if your French is not very strong, and alcohol is available. We were given complimentary soups (Bisara) to start, and mint tea to finish, we... More
I traveled to Rabat with two friends, one of whom is a strict vegan, so sometimes we had some trouble finding her something to eat. After one great experience at Tajine wa tanjia, we ended up going back a second night and having a second, completely different, just as awesome meal. The menu is large and varied, and there were... More
Autentic lovely marrocan kitchen of high quality. I'm its frequent customer and I recomend this place for everyone who visit Rabat.
This is my favorite place for Moroccan food in Rabat. It has charming ethnic decor, and the food is great and reasonable. I had a wonderful chicken tagine with almonds and honey, and a variety of great salads. I also tried the chicken pastilla which was filled with almonds and chicken and perfect.
Oh my gosh, what a great little gem! This place is located just behind the train station (no more than a five minute walk), and has got to be Rabat's best kept secret! The inside is cute, romantic, fun, interesting, and exciting all at the same time! It's unique not only for the area, but for any restaurant! The food... More
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