I've eaten here three timess.
Each dinner we've had Pastilla. It varied in quality each time, from passable to really excellcent, one of the best. The artichoke dishes are very good.
Tonight my daughter had the camel shoulder and pronounced it excellent. I choked down a bite while trying not to think what it was, and it really is good.
The cocktails are sub par. The barmen try hard. Your drink will most likely only bare a passing resemblance to whatever you ordered, compared to London or SF, but it might be good. The wine list has some great Morrocan wines and the prices for Volubilis, for example are reasonably good.
The atmosphere is really great. The roof opens above the dining area and suddenly you're eating under the stars.
Pricey by Moroccan standards, but not by those of a major european city. Our bill for two was 560 MAD, but we went easy on the alcohol and just had two coctails (me) and a milk (her).
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