Nice place if you stay in the hotel and lazy to go out. Lamb ribs were just great. Very friendly service. Nice terrace.
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The coffee bar downstairs works much more better then a skybar of La Renaissance hotel and is good for a morning or afternoon coffee/tea break with something small to eat. True to say, I have never tried the meals upstairs but I got always disappointed...More
Yeh,it's expensive.You're drinking alcohol in a muslim country get over it.Also the views are knockout. Tarik and his team have done a brilliant job in the last 12 months.You will always get a warm welcome here and they can't do enough for you.
... and way too expensive. The Tajine was with more bones than meat and more a children plate. The small bottle of beer 70 DH! A place to go, only, if you want to feel down on top of the city. All thumbs down.
Had lunch here, the food and drinks were nice. However, terrible atmosphere and the waiter tried to short change us. When we questioned it, he gave us some more change, but not the correct amount. We had to ask twice to get the right change....More
A 6th floor restaurant with panoramic views over the new and old city to the Atlas mountains (on a clear night). Good fresh food, great tastes and textures. Good service, formal but relaxed enough to allow you to enjoy your experience.
I thoroughly enjoyed the 'La Renaissance' experience. Lunch at the Brasserie on the 6th floor terrace was 150 dirhams/£12.50 per head, for all you could eat. We managed to constrain ourselves and not over indulge. The food was well presented and palatable, a far cry...More