We were recommended to this place by our riad on our first night in Marrakech and found a very enthusiastic welcome from the staff. Service was good, there was a floor show from dancers who invited audience participation in typical tourist spot fashion, and an overall pleasant atmosphere. The food was good in quality, large in quantity, but seemed a bit overpriced. Starters: pigeon pastillas were a bit too dry, the assorted briouates more pastry than filling but the fish pastilla was excellent. All main courses were very good, the Tagine Essaouira especially. This fish tagine had a whole whitefish (probably bream) fillet under excellent slow-cooked vegetables; the monkfish brochette was also well cooked. Without desserts or coffees but including two bottles of wine, the dinner cost Dir1935, just over £140, for the four of us. This was our first night and a good re-introduction to Moroccan food. Afterwards, we ate better for the same or less - and there are many places to choose from!
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