We came across Le Jardin by accident and were delighted with the venue, as it really is worth visiting for the charming garden setting. The peace was slightly spoilt by the incongruous house music that was playing, but the staff were kind enough to change it for something more befitting the atmosphere and birdsong in the garden. We had very good tagines, although the servings were on the small size. The waitress was charming and helpful, but the service was a little slow, considering it was early and there were very few other people there. The wine was excellent and it was an enjoyable evening meal, although the prices are quite high for Marrakech.