We went to this Indian restaurant one evening during our week in Marakkesh. They initially tried to seat us very close to another couple, as the tables are very close together in parts of this restaurant but I asked to be seated somewhere more private so we waited a while for a better table. The menu is not very comprehensive but we both found things we liked. The meal portions are very small conpaired to the UK; we ended up ordering more side dishes when the curries arrived because they were so small. A bottle of wine is averagely £15-20 in all of the nicer restaurants and hotels. The local beer is quite good and much cheaper that branded ones, bu you need to ask for " local beer " when ordering. The meal cost us £60.00 which included 2 starters, 2 mains and side dishes and a bottle of wine.
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