First impressions the interior is a little dated you'll feel you gone back in time to an Indian restaurant, but the old air con unit is inside, you can sit in the more up to date front terrace too, now the food well it is fab, tasty, generous sized portions, a mix of morrocan and standard dishes, the don't do it fancy the go for rustic taste & quantity, sadly we found it late on during our stay but managed 2 meals there, look out for a red sign high on a rooftop reading bar & braserre it is tucked behind this, it has alchol and soft drinks I would recommend this place for the food alone is cooked from the heart! (we liked the cous cous dishes best, veg or meat they were really nice, its basic but it works!! The chef was very helpfull he cooked he waited on he cleaned! He smiled it was a personal service you will not be overlooked)
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