The food was actually quite good. We had the Harira Soup for first with bread. The soup was very large (good!) but a little watery for my taste (but I guess it is supposed to be like that). The bread was freshly made there and tasted very good. For mains we had the courgette ravioli which was made with fresh homemade pasta and a tajine. The pasta was very good but the tajine was average. Probably wouldn't have ordered the tajine with hindsight but as this was our first night in Morocco, we didn't know better...
Be aware that they open for food at 7.30pm which is a bit unusual...
The menu was only in French, so we had to get them to translate each dish line by line... it's not hugely difficult for them to print English ones (its already translated on their website!)
The cost is expensive in Moroccan terms, but reasonably priced for us as we're used to paying London restaurant prices.
So why am I giving this a 3* review? Well, once we had finished our food and we wanted the bill so we could leave quickly (as we had to leave our Riad at 7am the following morning for an excursion), they took 30-40 mins to bring our bill. We had to ask for it 5 times. If it weren't for this I'd be giving 4*.
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