Just returned from Marrakech and ate at Le Jardin 3 times in 6 days. We often saw the green signs around the souk directing us to Le Jardin and a thumbs up from someone in our Riad made us give them a try after a hammam one afternoon. The food on offer is a mix between traditional Moroccan dishes and Western fare. This was the only place we visited during our stay that could give us a good, authentic pigeon pastilla - delightful alongside a 'souk salad' and a couple of glasses of rose. On a second visit we again had the pastilla, salad and mozzarella with a lovely bottle of Moroccan Pinot Gris. On our third visit we were after some Western food and had spinach ravioli and a mozzarella/pasta/pesto pasta bake and a nice bottle of Syrah.
Service was perfectly fine, food was reliable as per the title and price not too bad....£7/8 main courses. Did terrace and ground floor - ground floor cosier! The only issue they seem to have is with the options of beer and wine; they seem to run out quite quickly, particularly of the local Casablanca beer and some of the wine options.