My boyfriend and I called up this restaurant 1 hour before dining and they gladly took us. I would recommend making a reservation as the restaurant is quite small. It's also worth letting them know that you are coming as this place is difficult to find due to the windy streets, however, you are greeted on the main road where the taxi drops you off by a man in a red robe. He guides you down medieval alleyways to the entrance of the restaurant. The restaurant is set in a beautiful 17th century building and the waiter asks if you want to take a quick tour - definitely do that! The two floors above are filled with old relics, furniture and tiles. We were seated in a quaint corner table, which made for a romantic evening. There are 3 set menu options - a light dinner, a regular dinner and a heavy dinner. We went for the regular one - 450 dirham pp - which included 4 courses, a bottle of wine, an aperitif and tea/biscuits. It was exceptional and a huge amount of food, but we tried every dish! The first course was 10 different "salad" dishes followed by a chicken tajine (special of the night) and a beef couscous. The dessert was a pastilla - a real Moroccan treat! Enjoy!!!