What a gem! We were in Marrakesh for a week and this was the only place that served consistently good food. It's a shame we only found it towards the end of our trip but we promptly ate here our last two nights and lunch on the last day.
It can be a little tricky to find, it's not sign posted but its very close to Cafe Arabe which is on all the tourist maps. If you have difficulty try using Pocket Earth, it's marked correctly on this offline map.
Some reviewers were 'arguing' whether or not you can see Mouassine Mosque. You can... just, but the closest mosque you see is Ben Youssef mosque. It's not really about the view though, there isn't really much to see apart from filthy rooftops and they have screens up.
The open air terrace has good shade from the sun and there is often a breeze to keep you cool.
Some people have mentioned that the service could get a little mixed up, but that was certainly not the case when we were there. English is the third language in Marrakech (Arabic and French first and second) and maybe that's why there were issues.
What is really good is the food. The only place we ate where every dish was yum.
They have a nice starter of meat, vegetables or tasty cheese and herbs deep fried in filo pastry. These are like samosas.
I can recommend any of the skewers (brochettes). Good quality marinaded meat (lamb, chicken, beef and mini sausages), served with lovely fries and fresh, decent quality salad. For me the only thing missing would be some saffron rice but that's a small niggle.
The very tender lamb tagine with dried dates is very good. Good Morrocan spices with just the right mix of sweet dates. Although not a huge portion of meat it's not small and is more than enough as part of a meal. Served with couscous on the side.
The kefta tagine with egg is another winner. Yummy little meatballs in a tomato based sauce with a cooked egg in the centre. Also served with couscous.
The ice cream is good. Made from real ingredients! Real pistachio nuts in the pistachio, real strawberry etc. The chocolate is a little heavy on the cocoa though.
There were plenty of other dishes that I saw people eating that I wished I could have tried, it's just that we ran out of time. The salads are generous portion sizes.
Two drinks, one large bottle of water, one starter, two mains and two desserts came to about 340 dirhams.
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