This restaurant is apparently very popular and only accepts large groups if they aren't busy. It was a welcome relief from Moroccan food, which tended to be heavy on tagines and boiled vegetables. The chicken had an excellent sauce, the dessert was yummy, and the service was very good. Atmosphere was that of a fine dining restaurant. It didn't live up to what I had expected from everything I'd heard, but I would recommend it.
One caveat. Ladies--because the restaurant is frequented by many "foreigners" and is on a main street, there is a real danger of theft, particularly as you leave the restaurant. Watch and listen for motorcycles and stay well away from the street unless you are crossing. One of our group had her purse ripped off her shoulder.
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