We ate here in July 2013 during the Ramadam period. The staff were willing to seat us in the restaurant but told us that they would not be able to serve us for about half an hour because of the staff and Ramadam. The restaurant is very nice and impressive lighting and surroundings. It was regrettable that where we were sat there was an intermittent smell of drains - no idea where it came from.
The staff were efficient though not overly friendly, and it quickly filled up so appeared popular (always a good sign). There was entertainment with a belly dancer and a dancer with a tray of lighted candles on her head. Customers were 'invited' to participate (ie be dragged up) and they were more than happy for photos to be taken. I was fully expecting a collection afterwards but it didn't happen and was all part of the service.
The meal was good and none of us had any complaints. The drinks - especially the water - were ridiculously expensive and this is obviously where they make money. Overall I thought the evening was expensive (for morroccan standards of course), but the bill when I got home was about £80 for four people having 1 course and 2 drinks as well as half a bottle of wine and two bottles of water, as well as the entertainment of course
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