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This restaurant is a local restaurant in Rabat. It’s a traditional house which You can reach by passing through the old city. They have a lovely music band . The food is nice. We Also enjoyed the tea show at the end of the meal
If you enjoy elegant restaurant’s with sub-par over-priced food and inattentive staff then eat here. The pigeon puff pastry is sickly sweet, both lamb and veal kabobs were dry and the puff pastry with cream gets 2 thumbs down. Btw we’ve had many delicious Moroccan...dishes.More
A local guided us to this restaurant which would otherwise be hard to find. We knocked on the door and were fortunate to get a table without a booking. The food was excellent, and the milk & almond pastille desert stunningly good. The setting is...like so many delightful Moroccan restaurants - wonderful tilework and decor; live traditional music added to the ambiance. A real gem.More
Showed up at 2130 (online says closes at 2300, I left around then). Knocked on door for 5+ minutes, and also called their line, at last someone opened door—icily, seemingly upset at my desired time to dine. I was sat in a back corner unable...to see the music performers, the manager refused me when I asked to sit somewhere else.
The food was fine: can get something of equal quality for way cheaper: my meal (soup, poisson tajine) was 400 DH, would have been 150 DH at Cafe Bahia. The only reason to dine here is for ambiance and mine was mostly spoiled by the cranky manager.More
This traditional restaurant is located in the heart of the Medina in Rabat. You are following signs and suddenly you dip into a narrow alleyway where you are met by a guide in traditional costume who will lead you by lamp-light to the restaurant. The...restaurant is located in a riad type home in the Moroccan-Andalusian-style where you dine on an enclosed patio while being serenaded by native drum and stringed instrument. Our waitress carried the theme further being dressed as if she was an actress in a scene from the Arabian Nights. The traditional menu samples authentic recipes of Moroccan cuisine.
We started out with Harira soup which is traditional during the month of Ramadan as well as on the Islamic sabbath. This was followed with a lamb tagine with vegetables and almonds. We finished with a Pastilla a type of Moroccan meat pie, typically filled with spiced pigeon meat and apricots and having a sugared crust. Ours also had slivered almonds on the crust. All of this was washed down with a wonderful red wine from the Val d'Argan winery on the S.E. Atlantic coast near Essaouira. We had an enjoyable evening by candlelight and the soft melodies and would highly recommend this restaurant to you.
P.S. Check out the lavatory (throne room)More
This was my second time here. Both times I got sick. Last month four of us ate here and had four different meals. We all walked out feeling overwhelming disappointed.
Time for a major change in the kitchen.
Situated in medieval part of the town (Medina), this is a great place to visit. An old and well preserved traditional and beautiful palace. Traditional local food of good quality served by traditionally dressed waiters. Live music.
A wonderful experience.