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This was our last night in Morocco and we might as well go out in Moroccan style. We so much enjoyed the entertainment and the interaction with the crowd. The a magician certainly had magic up his sleeves and the dancers had us joining them...More
It is really a shame about this place. It has a potential but it seems they keep open just to be open . The show is totally unprofessional the food mediocre and less than that.
Keep away from this place.
We dined at this amazing restaurant on our first night in Morocco. My friends and I were greeted with incredible warmth by the staff. Our server, took the time to describe the dishes and extremely patient with our group. When the food was served we...More
Al Fassia is one of those places that is a one-time-and-you’re-done type. It’s located in an absolutely gorgeous old palace up near the Blue Gate; go simply to check out the decor! The show starts at about 8pm- and is it somewhat outdated? Yes. But...More
"The mother of all Palace Restaurants", said my Lonely Planed guidebook. We ended up paying 60€/person to find that Al Fassia is the mother of all tourist traps.
We where aware that this was a tourist-taylored restaurant, but even though we where curious about it...More
Were were recommended to come here by our guide. We came early to make reservations. They wanted $100 dihram to make a reservation and would be reimbursed for food. We returned for dinner and were the only customers there for the whole show. I thought...More
The price per plate was 300 to 500 for not that great of food but I get it...the cost was for the show....but the show was a disappointment and the group of musicians kept throwing there drums so that we would tip them...and we were...More
This optional extra on our tour was billed as Arabian nights. It was interesting for the night as we wove down alleys that were less than appealing. In fact, I would not suggest going down them without a guide. Fortunately we had a great local...More