Located on the third floor, Art et Gourmet has an outside terrace overlooking the main square (Grand Socco - also known as Place 9 Avril 1947) but being December we chose to sit inside.
The waiter explained all the dishes on the lunchtime menu, two courses for Dh160. We were given bread and olive tapinade and a tomato concasse.
One chose john dory ceviche and the other tartine of smoked salmon and avocado as starters (beautifully presented), followed by mains of chicken cous-cous and tajine of lamb with dried apricots and prunes. Both were served piping hot in traditional terracotta with covers. All were very good.
One of us chose the Royal au Chocolat for dessert Dh60. It was a sumptiously rich chocolate mousse cake, seved with chocolate sauce and chocolate ice-cream. It was surprising to come to this northern african town to taste something so fabulously good.
Service was very professional and helpful with English translations offered for all of the dishes.
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