We went to this restaurant on our first night. Very traditional Morroccan food was OK. We stuck to a tagine and a couscous dish.
The seats are not particularly comfortable. The tables are quite close together and it was difficult to find somewhere to put your feet due to the design of the tables.
Service was slow and rather haphazard!
Belly dancers provide some entertainment and try to get people up to participate. I am glad to say I was eating at the time so I could avoid this embarrassment!
All in all, average food, a bit on the expensive side, poor service.
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