This was the 2nd time I went to this restaurant. The first time was on a weekday. There was hardly light enough too see what was on the menu. We got an extra candle (!) still not easy too read. Food was nice. When we left they turned on more light....(wasn't closing time) The second time it was on a friday night. More light. Nice sushi. Had lobster, allthough sauce was very nice i would not recommend as suspect lobster is deep freezed and very hard to get out of the shell (they say "you do it with your hands" even like that, it's not easy.) No cracker was provided and I had to ask for a knife.
The ambiance is nice but in the weekend you'll have to support the very loud music (my friend and I weren't able to talk to each other) first the dragon, then the moroccan gnaoua musicians and then the singers. They seem to like it like that here. For me a shame as I wanted to go to a RESTAURANT, not a DISCO or LOUNGE . Great option maybe for couples who don't have any to say to each other anymore but not for people who want to spend a night catching up with friends. A down is also the price of the wine. a bottle that cost 40 Dh in the shop costs 180 DH and the better wines are around 280 Dh, quiet pricey even for Marrakech standards.
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