We reserved a table at the Moroccan restaurant Al Fassia on the advice of a friend. We booked few days before and they reserved a lovely table in a beautifull saloon with candles and roses’ petals, pleasantly heated by a fireplace. Traditional Moroccan music is played and the service of the ladies team is very good. The food as well, is very good, certainly the best we had in Marrakesh: A huge selection of starters which are all lovely, followed by a tasty lamb tagine and chicken tagine and then a desert. I may say that Al Fassia is on the expensive side, but you are paying for the entire experience, which is quite unusual and worth the money.