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All reviews lunch salad raspberry pie gnocchi tarts vegetarian plate pizza bread juice vegetarian restaurant menu simple open air garden during daytime long table busy streets of the medina recipe book garden restaurant
The food is excellent. The service was very informal with numerous people bringing things, accepting orders for more. We were amazed that the bill was completely accurate. Reservations are required. They say they have two seatings only but we saw people coming in after the...2:00 PM seating and being accommodated as space became available. They menu says there are two desserts, but the serving table showed half a dozen pies and tarts. By the time we got to dessert (we were among the very first served at 2:00 PM) we were told that most of the desserts were already spoken for. Confusing and irritating.More
This place seemed like it would be amazing, but we were a little disappointed. While the location is beautiful and tranquil, the food was just ok. As vegetarians, we were excited to try this place and I don’t think it lived up to the hype....The service was pretty good and they let us change our reservations a few times, which was nice. They say you need a reservation for 12:30 or 2pm, but it also seems like you can come whenever and if they aren’t too busy, they will seat you.
The food and surroundings are very instagrammable, so if that’s what you are going for, this would be a good choice for you. We had the eggplant hummus pizza and Brussel sprouts and gnocchi. The gnocchi was good, the Brussels sprouts were over cooked. The pizza was interesting and as someone who loves hummus, thought this would be right up my alley. But definitely lacked spices and was a bit oily.More
Hidden away along the busy, narrow alley leading to the main square, this is a delightful brunch/lunch destination. Light and airy, we had a delightful vegetarian lunch. Delicious salads and tarts, both savoury and sweet served by lovely young staff.
Lovely calm charming all female staff
Inventive organic tasty vegetarian dishes
Calm cool relaxed vibe
But Do BOOK as opening hours are short and menu can run out plus I believe booking are only taken from 1pm - 2pm though opens earler and closes at...3pm - or maybe that is last ordersMore
As a couple you'll have no chance to get a table for two. The owners try to make as much profit as possible. If you get a table for two it doesn't take long to add two more customers on the table.
privacy : 2...from 10 points
location : 8 from 10 points
food : 5 from 10 points (pizza & salad)
drinks : 6 from 10 points
staff : 6 from 10 points
As a couple I will not visit this place again.More
Found this place last year and had to come back.
It's like having lunch in a friend's back garden, surrounded by beautiful plants and a lot of sparrows.
The restaurant is vegetarian and there are only three options on the menu, all beautifully fresh and...clean tasting with excellent balance.
The menu changes every day which is a good excuse to go back!
They have a recipe book now if, like me, you leave feeling inspired.More
Ate here twice and the food was delicious. Fresh, seasonal and simple. Decor and outside space is an idyllic oasis from the busy, chaotic souk. Unfortunately I took an anaphylactic reaction after eating the second time, I have tried to contact the restaurant on numerous...occasions to find out the ingredients of the dish I ate but they have failed to respond. If they read this review could they please get in touch.More
Picture this: 2 stroke mini bikes, random scooters, mid-size motorcycles, 3 wheel carts propelled by operators as they zig-zag amidst crowds of pedestrians and bicyclists coursing through the passageways of the souks of Marrakech. But you already know that it’s hard enough to navigate the...Médina let alone search for an address for lunch, too. But once the sign for La Famille cafe is located above a nondescript facade the adventure has just begun. As if in an homage to Frank Lloyd Wright, the entrance through a compressed portal opens dramatically out into an open-air garden. However, in our case, without the recommended reservation and nearing the end of lunch service, we could only hope for a seat at the table.
As luck would have it, a spot was available for our family of four. Once seated, the three main choices that were available to order that day were explained. The menu is revised each day depending on the fresh produce that is available in the marketplace. Lunch usually starts with the salad of the day comprised of grains, vegetables and fresh and dry fruits. Then perhaps a pasta dish if you wish, followed by a small flatbread pizza with a dipping sauce. On our visit, a lovely pea and lemon soup and roasted cauliflower with couscous were also offered as options, too. Oh, and if the desserts haven’t been snapped up already...save room! We all shared a slice of mascarpone raspberry pie and chocolate peanut butter fondant. Plan to take some time to relax, too and take in the lovely landscape of majestic olive and fragrant orange trees on the outdoor premises. The all female waist staff is most professional and the dining area is clean and neat.
Also a small shop near the entrance offers up restaurant related kitchen items for sale. Do take time to make a reservation, though, since only two seatings are available and they are only open for lunch. If you desire a change of pace from tangines visit La Famile cafe. And don’t be surprised if once isn’t enough.
Slyly put, “You can’t leave ‘cause your heart is there.”More