On our penultimate night in Morocco and our first in Marrakech, we fell gratefully into this calm, beautiful palatial place when lost, trying to find somewhere someone had sent us.
Our young waiter - another highly educated Moroccan speaking perfect English (what a resource Morocco has -is wasting?- in its wonderful people) was informative, interesting and interested.
I am ashamed to say we ate Italian, maybe there is an Italian chef here as several Italian items were on the menu, as we were completely tagined-out after 10 days in Morocco. It was very good.
And not expensive, and they took cards and served very cold beer and good red wine.
If you own or manage Dar Donab Le Restaurant, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.