We booked in advance and went for dinner on Christmas Eve. The atmosphere was absolutely great and we had a nice evening but the food was a HUGE disappointment. We ate better in 'holes in the wall' in Marrakech. The starters were impressive in number but not terribly imaginative. The chicken and onion tagine was virtually inedible (being MUCH sweeter than dessert). The lamb was the only tough lamb we had in six days of eating a lot of lamb! The vegetable couscous was correct but by then we had already been served far too much food. The poached pears and 'buche de noel' were notable only for being less sweet than the chicken tagine. The wine was rough. It's thoroughly overpriced. Not a restaurant I would recommend.