Walking in here, you'll immediately be struck by the décor; 60s furniture on the wall, multicolour lighting, Pink Floyd playing in the background. Definitely not the type of place you'd expect to find in Essaouira. The food was a mix of French and Moroccan. I had swordfish brochettes which were cooked perfectly. My girlfriend had a fish ball tajine which was a bit on the bland side. Service was pretty good, and they serve boiled water so tourists can drink it.
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