Ate there recently whilst on long weekend. The place is a bit hard to find in the dark, lookout for the small sign above your heads! And then follow the atmospheric outdoor candles along the close. Started with drinks in the bar, reasonably priced cocktails, cheery staff and pianist on ivories which was soothing after hard day at the souks. Restaurant is beautiful, nice ceiling, colourful red/Moroccan lighting, live guitar music, friendly and enthusiastic staff. Food though was overpriced, more expensive than London which says something. It was good food, lamb and chicken were very tender, but not fantastic by any means and you could undoubtedly get same quality elsewhere for cheaper. But it is a lovely venue and so maybe you are paying a bit for that, and Churchill ate here multiple times (according to their menu) and he was a fierce critic so perhaps it was just us that were a little disappointed. We enjoyed ourselves but I wouldn't go out of my way to go back. You should try it but make sure wallet is fully furnished...
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February 5, 2013
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Thank you for your comments.
A restaurant's prices may reflect many things:
the quality of the food, of course, but also
the setting, service, and in the case of La Maison Arabe,
the exceptional musical accompaniment.
There are indeed less expensive restaurants in Marrakech,
which I doubt can offer all of the above, as well as plenty of
more expensive restaurants. I would like to point out to readers
that the menu in our Moroccan restaurant offers an
appetizer, main dish, and dessert for 350 Dirhams ( =
approx 42 US$, or 31 €, or 27 GBP at today's exchange
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