The reality of Al Fassia doesn't come up to the hype. Perhaps it's a victim of it's own popularity—we heard it used to be a lot better before it was 'discovered.' We looked forward to our dinner there not only because of the all-female staff, but also to try the Fassi regional cuisine. Our dinner was disappointing: the restaurant was very crowded, we felt rushed, and the food was barely average. Service was mechanical and the warm greeting at the door disappeared once we were inside. We had much better Moroccan food in numerous other places in Marrakech, both upscale and modest. It seems like Al Fassia is living off its past reputation.
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