We stayed in the Al Fassia hotel, and had our first dinner there as it was highly recommended in Conde Nast and we were tired from the trip - and liked it so much we decided not to eat anywhere else for the rest of our stay. Wonderfully cooked traditional moroccan cuisine, perhaps a bit repetitive (mostly different sorts of tagine and cous cous), but the specialties (shoulder of lamb) are excellent too. The spices are very cleverly used - bringing out the tastes of the meal without being overpowering.
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