This tiny family-run restaurant - it seats about 10 - serves up superior food in a pleasant environment at great prices. We ate there three times and found everything to be delicious - and the stuffed sardines and the beef tagine with prunes, apricots and raisins really stood out for us. It opens at about 1pm for lunch and 7:30 pm for dinner, when reservations are advised (because the restaurant is so small). It is closed on Sunday. No liquor is served. The restaurant is hard to find even having the address and a map so you need to keep looking - it is just behind the fish souk. The family who run the restaurant are very friendly and warm and one of the women speaks a bit of English. We enjoyed sitting at the first table by the door - that way we could watch all the activity in the kitchen. Eating at this restaurant is one of the best memories we have of Morocco.