This was recommended by the owner of our hotel and we were briefed on what to expect i.e. a Moroccan set menu with a difference. This was useful, especially as not knowing this in advance seems to be the principal reason for poor reviews of this restaurant!
We were shown by the hostess to a table in the fantastic gardens and sat near the musicians (it wasn't intrusive). The head waiter explained that the evening would consist of a taster menu (perhaps they have taken note of previous criticism). The food arrived promptly and the service was good. A great selection of salads, but all with a slight twist - an unusual flavour or spice here and there. All the food appeared to have been carefully and freshly prepared. The main course was also a variation on the traditional tagine theme. The dessert course was another selection, all of which were excellent and different in their own way.
While quite an expensive meal, even by London standards, it was very enjoyable, even if slightly impersonal.
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