We found MT in our guide book and as it was not too far from our riad we decided to try it out. We had an awful job to find it in the maze of narrow alleyways in the Medina and in the end paid a few dirhams to some young enterprising boys who took us there! An unassuming door in the wall would easily have been overlooked. We were early but were welcomed in and showed to a table. We explained that we might not have enough cash on us to pay the bill (no cards) so our waiter said he would send someone with us to take payment back at our riad when we were ready to leave after we had eaten - problem solved, The restaurant is modern with cool minimalist decor in contrast to heavily ornate Moroccan style which set the scene for food that was up several notches from the other establishments we had dined in the previous two evenings, although the feel was casual and relaxed rather than stuffy and formal. There were only two choices for each course, but that is for me an indication of food that is truly freshly made. For the price we paid we feel that the interesting and imaginative courses we were served represented good value in Marrakesh, where it seems good quality (and often mediocre) food comes with inflated prices. The portions were not large, but very tasty and well thought out in terms of flavours and textures. This was our favourite meal in the three days we visited Marrakesh.
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