My girlfriend and I have eaten twice at this cool little restaurant/ cafe. Both times we've sat on the terrace which is a well appointed space with comfy sofas and shade yet still assailed by the hurly-burly of the city below.
The harira soup is fantastic and the selection of Moroccan salads are wonderful. The main meals are top notch, the lamb and prune tagine being our favourite. Portions as generous and good value. The place serves alcohol and is reasonable compared to most other places we've found. Ok a half pint can is still a shade over £2 but better than £5 a bottle in other places we've been in Marrakech. There isn't a selection of alcoholic drinks; red/white/rose or beer, but that covers all my needs.
Two sumptuous courses each, a large red and 2 beers all for a little over £20.
Well worth a visit.
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