This restaurant was luckily right around the corner from our hotel, but would have been worth the trip to find. The name is no joke, as the menu is all about cheese, cheese, cheese! The French-Moroccan owner is friendly, personable, and worldy, telling us all about the places he's lived and visited. The menu and service reflects his French upbringing, evidenced by the variety of cheeses used and the careful attention to detail. The decor is modern, with an amazing wine-glass chandelier hanging down from the second floor. So cool. There is also a nice wine list, combining Moroccan and French wines, by the glass or by the bottle, at reasonable prices
After an amuse-bouche of house-made garlic cheese to spread onto croutons, I had a yummy square of duck rillette. My main dish of tartiflette was amazing. A departure from the classic Moroccan dishes I'd had for the previous 12 days, it was just what I needed. A warm gooey bowl of potatoes, onion, cream and lardons topped with melted cheese is as comforting as it gets. I also had a taste of my friends fondue, a perfectly classic version of molten cheesy goodness, with both croutons and fresh baguette for dipping. The prices are more expensive than what we'd been paying in Morocco, but considering that the main ingredient was good quality cheese, the cost is well justified, and still cheaper than what we would pay at home for similar dishes.
I highly recommend this restaurant for a nice, classy, cheesy dinner with great service and an engaging owner