Breakfast was very good and a change from the usual. It was a mixture of continental and Morrocan. We had lovely fresh juices from the usual orange all the way to freshly squeezed beetroot. The homemade yoghurt with the fruit compote (they called it jam) is a must. By evening the restaurant was transformed into a tranquil, romantic, candlelit setting with traditional berber musicians playing by the pool at one end. Service was excellent and quick. I had the best tagine I had come across during my stay. It was lamb with almonds and saffron. By far the best food we had in Morrocco. The manager called Badr was very passionate about good service and he and his staff had the balance just right. We were so impressed that we asked Badr to join us for dessert and coffee. Definitely recommend this place.
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