Azar was reccomended to me for dinner on a recent trip to Marrakech, first impressions of the restaurant were great - it is a beautiful place and the atmosphere is chiiled and very cool. The food was a blend of Morroccan and Lebanese whch was great, a selection of mezze followed by mixed brochettes was well cooked and tasted beautiful. The belly dancers were a bit unneccesary, it all felt a bit forced and to be honest did not enhance the evening at all, overall it is an expensive treat but well worth a visit for a modern dining experience in marrakech.
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