Having been recomended this resaurant by our Riad and they helpfully booked it for us.
Greeted by friendly staff but the service was slow. So much so that my wife and I were still at our table when the mediocer dancers arrived. The supposed belly dancers would so poor they would have failed the "strictly come dancing" auditions.
The lamb tejine had was well cooked to the extent that the meat fell off the bone. but the meat was tough.
Every thing was very expensive, perhaps to pay for the dancers.
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