We enjoyed a lovely meal on a very rainy and chilly evening. We were first to arrive at about 7.30pm but the place soon filled up. The food was exceptional and I have since eaten quite a few kefte/oeuf tagines and this was by far the very best with a delicious sauce. Also the tagines come with cous cous (or chips) and most everywhere else we have eaten, cheap or less so, only came with bread - so nice touch. Lovely bread also provided! Starters a bit pricey and limited choice but equally tasty. Heaters were on so it was nice and warm. What made it hard to leave were the two musicians that started playing in the middle of the room. Authentic - and no notion of asking for tips, though we would gladly have contributed. We were told to eat here and then go to Le Jardin for a drink - but actually Cafe Souk do serve beer at, I think it was, 50 dirhams for a can of Flag Special - so not cheap but possible.
Altogether highly, highly recommended.
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