We'd read about Mama Ti Lee in Lonely Planet, which had given it a glowing review. The restaurant was quite tricky to find (if you arrive on the correct street and it looks like there's nothing at the end of the road, keep going, Mama Ti Lee is there!)
I'd like to hope that we have had a one-off experience as Mama Ti Lee, but we were disappointed with our time there. Having booked in advance as suggested, we were guided to a tiny table for two on the middle floor. After getting the lamp to work, we sat down at the table with cutlery, both of which were dusty (so much so that when I moved my knife I could see where it had been!) along with the dusty, unused wine glasses (the restaurant is still waiting for its alcohol license).
The food was not a bad price at 230dh for three courses, however two of the things I had requested on the menu were unavailable (one being a main course, of which there were only two choices for) which was limiting for a restaurant with an already minimalist menu. That said, the food we ordered was delicious, and quite an interesting fusion of Moroccan and western cooking. Not terrible (but not brilliant) service means that I wouldn't recommend Mama Ti Lee, it seems slightly overhyped.
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