Do not blink when you arrive at this restaurant or you'll miss it! A tiny front door behind a curtain opens to reveal a modern, bistro-style restaurant with a few outside tables. Despite previous reviews, the owner and front-of-house manager does speak decent English and the menu is available in both French and English so no excuse for not knowing what's on offer! Most importantly, they don't serve lobster but langoustine which is notoriously fickle when it comes to availability. There is a terrific choice of both sea and land although you should veer towards the fish and seafood as it the more interesting. Excellent selection of starters - we had an eclectic choice of tuna carpaccio, raw clams, giant prawns, steak tartar & dim sum! Mains were John Dory, sea bass and lamb - everything was truly excellent; flawless in fact. The wine list is a mixture of French & Moroccan and we had one of each, including an excellent chilled Brouilly. Excellent, friendly serviced completed a memorable and wonderful evening. £140 for 3 was excellent value. Don't hesitate - easilyy the best meal we had in Marrakesh.
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