After going through a maze of small street you enter this beautiful traditional Moroccan house with a very elaborate decor. The view from the terrace over the casbah des oudayas and the medina is magnificent. Dinner was fine, with huge servings of pastilla (chicken) and veal tagine, the Moroccan pasties, and plenty of tea and wine around traditional low tables, music, etc. it's definitely worth going for the view and the atmosphere, rather than for the food. We were with a very large group so maybe that explains why the food was not that great(?)
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