we have been to Sahara twice and did not eat there the first time because it was too dull and Alounak with its vibrant ambience was close by. Its tiny and in one of the inside lanes and i guess that contributes to the lack of visitors. We went in this time because we had made a reservation and felt guilty but it turned out to be a bad decision. The tagine was alright, not as good as some of the other places. The chicken kebabs were just about ok and did not taste fresh. The mint tea was ok but not as good as the one at Alounak. The old gentleman who i guess owns the place is friendly and courteous although the service was pretty slow. Overall, a very average experience and even slightly boring.
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