The hotel recommended this restaurant that serves traditional Moroccan food. There is only a 2 or 3 course set menu. We had our two kids (8 &11) and decided to get the 2 course option. Starters were spring rolls and somosas and Morrocan salad. The portions were extremely generous, we could not finish them!
For main, we had a lamb tangine, it was succulent and well flavoured. We also ordered chicken and veal, these were OK not as good as we expected but still tasty.
We went on a Monday night and it was dead, so we had all the waiters to ourselves! They were very nice and professional, occasionally chatting when we asked a question. There was a belly dancer, unfortunately wasted on us, but hey! There was also a musician playing a traditional instrument throughout our entire visit of around 2 hours. The meals were very spaced out and that was a little annoying as mains were served at 10pm and the kids were tired by then.
The building itself was a real palace (built by a rich person) that had been converted into the restaurant downstairs and had living quarters behind and upstairs. We were lucky enough to be shown all the rooms and it was quite a magnificent place. The dining area in particular is spectacular.
The price was around 300 dirhams per person, children were not subsidised so it was a very expensive meal for us as water is not free and around £5 per bottle (750ml)!!!