Think some people might be getting carried away with the stunning setting. This riad is beautiful, like a 1001 Nights. Take that away and the food is good, relatively imaginative cusine. The pasta sauces are nothing mind boggling for a European palate (bolognese, four cheese, basil and tomato) - wines here are the same as at other high end riads but double the price (the Ferme Rouge here is 300 dhm, at Riad Farnatchi it is 150 dhm). Staff super efficient throughout until we asked for the bill at which stagw we waited almost 35 minutes. The doormab to guide you to djmaa el fna is not there out of some random act of kindness by the restaurant. He directly asked us for a tip before he started walking even though this is one of the better signposted restaurants in town and we told him we could find our way. All in all go for the view and the decor, the food is a detail amd there's better out there.
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