We'd had a large lunch so were only looking for a snack and a glass or two of wine. Luckily this place showed up on the TA app and was just round the corner from our hotel. Despite arriving around 8pm the French manager / owner had no problem with us ordering a couple of tapas with a bottle of Moroccan wine. The tapas were tasty, well presented and reasonably priced. There were many other dishes on the eclectic menu that would have been tempting had it not been for the lunch, especially after a few too many tagines. Main courses were around the 120 dirham level, so while not cheap also not overly expensive given the apparent quality and attractiveness of the place. What really impressed us though was the Touareg wine we had, which I've not managed to find any information about and the manager couldn't tell me what grape it was made from but if you like a full bodied, smooth red wine I urge you to try it. And if you find out anything about it please let me know.