This is a restaurant/cafe on multiple levels. When you go in, you have to climb 3 or 4 flights of stairs if you want to eat on the roof terrace, but it is worth it. The views are great. However, not all the tables are shaded so in the middle of the day, even in October, it was too hot to sit in for long and we had to move.
They offer a good value set menu which was perfectly acceptable, though nothing out of the ordinary. However they forgot about my dessert and had to be reminded. Very friendly, pleasant service though, if not exactly on the ball (but slow, relaxed service is the norm in Morocco, and it's not such a bad thing when you're on holiday.)
On the whole, I'd agree with other reviewers who have recommended this as more of a place to have a drink and a sit down rather than a full meal. But you could do worse than eat here.
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