This a place you go to for the ambience and atmosphere. You would not particularly go there for the food; nor, becessarily, for the drinks - all beers, local and imported, are expensive by local standards, cocktails even more so, and the list of wines is limited, with a tendency to be on the pricey side. Half bottles are offered, which is a plus.
To begin with, you are welcomed into the restaurant by an attractive and helpful young lady, or young man. A selection of breads, and breadsticks, is offered - these come with little pots of green olve paste, and black olive paste.
If you are "tanjined-out" from your travels in Morocco then there are some unusual choices on the reasonably-extensive menu: assiette de jambon, oysters from Oualadia, crevettes pil pil (rather boring), chicken fajitas, etc.
I visited this establishment at a lunchtime, so there was no music at that time; but I can envisage that it could get quite lively, and quite crowded and noisy, in there at special times, particularly in the weekend.
One note of caution: this place is not located in a particularly solubrious part of town: it is alongside the remains of what is the Marche Central, and there are some dodgy characters hanging around at all hours. There is a doorman/security person.
In summary, worth a visit, from time to time, perhaps with a small group of people,
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