This place is certainly different to anywhere I have eaten before - Moroccan and Thai food on the same menu somehow works and means there really is something for everyone!
This place is hidden away (it took a few attempts to find but then a helpful member of staff guided us down the last bit, down to the actual restaurant) not far from the main square in Marrakech and is a whole word away from the hustle and bustle of the street vendors/stalls there. I haven't been to Thailand but they definitely made an effort with their decor and it seemed quite authentic: amazing statues, booths, decorations and last but not certainly least, chandeliers! There is also of course the fire/water fountain which the restaurant is named after and is great fun, adding a different dimension to the experience. As does the fact that half of the restaurant is openair - perfect on a warm Moroccan evening.
I had the Moroccan salad to start followed by pad thai. The salad was yummy but there was definitely enough for 2 people at least so sharing should be encouraged! The pad thai wasn't bad either. Wine was freely available (something we struggled with in other places in the city), reasonable and very nice!
The group I was with (4 ladies) was a little concerned we were copping out by having Thai food in Marrakech but the combination of cuisines and unusual setting meant we knew we had made the right choice.