Went here as part of our tour during Ramadan-- so the place was empty.
Food was average, with your choice of starter, entree and dessert for 150 dhs. We had the vegetable soup-- really a creamy soup with potatoes, minced vegetables and saffron. For me, the best part of the meal. The kefta was on the dry side without a lot of flavor.
One thing to note, because everything is open, there were lots of flies-- I was a Boy Scout, but even for me, they were getting annoying.
Service was attentive but a bit slow for me.
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