The architecture, design, music, atmosphere are very good - excellent. The atmosphere is cool, with groovy lounge music, dark but lit with candles, Moroccan lanterns splashing artisan patterns of light here and there. The food is very good. The "happy hour" wine was very poor and the service is not great, but my experience wasnt as bad as some of these reviews.
I had the lamb kababs, a sparkling water and a glass of wine = 27 USD. You can pay via card which is not always the case in Marrakech.
In the Mellah area, visible from the main street on the corner (a 3/4 story building), around the corner from La Bahia Palace and near Kosybar.
This is a tourist place, mostly full of European expats, maybe the odd Arab expat but Im pretty sure no Moroccans.
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