The loud ambiance is getting to touristy levels now. It is moving in the direction of losing the very core ingredients that made it the great place that it first was known as.
Please note that my comments are based on years of enjoyable patronage; however the service and thus charm of the place are in fear of being lost. It is also worth noting that I have been all over Morocco, and so have experienced various dishes in many differing parts of the country and will maintain that the food at Momo is still tiptop and true.
So, it is in short a victim of its own success. So many people - often tourists - come here you have a now passing trade feeling about the service and the way you feel as a customer. They no longer make that extra effort to deliver. The moment this attitude filters through to the kitchen it will be no better than a decorated Nandos.
Too many Groups seem to now go there to have the Birthday experience. Which is loud and disturbing once, but to have to go through that on every visit negates this restaurant as a place for a beautiful meal and conversation in peace. & The unfortunate thing is, it now seems the louder and more demanding you are the more attention you get from the staff.
This was the first restaurant in this corner, it changed the area and the others followed suit. In fact the other probably only made custom in the beginning from the over flow from Momo.
A sad fall from grace and what a height! They really do need to address the issues and find their philosophy again.
The atmosphere is still the same and still wonderful to see and be in. There is a warmth here and a positive character. However, on my last visit I must admit to feeling a little as though the staff had better things to do than staff. - For the first time I will think twice before venturing back again.
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