Luckily, we found this little gem when looking through Tripadvisor for some ideas for where to go. We wanted something away from the tagines and couscous and the reviews indicated that was possible here! Our driver was not aware of Amaia but managed to locate it. It does suffer from its location as it might struggle to attract the passing, uncommitted diner. When we went, there were two young women sitting outside on the terrace area and the interior was deserted which was a shame.
The proprietor was very friendly and helpful, the range of dishes interesting with its blend of European/French and Thai/Oriental influences. (Unlike reviews of some other establishments, our steaks were really giood!) There is a good choice of wines by the glass as well as bottles - local and French and reasonably priced. We were really pleased to have found Amaia and would happily go back again whenever in Marrakesh.
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