We went to the Marrakchi on our lat night in Marrakech, having sampled everything from Jemaa el Fna food stalls to steak and chips in the new town.
We were lucky to get a table straight away, as larger groups had to wait, and although our table only looked out of a side window, the décor was so attractive, with tiled mosaic walls and ornate lampshades, making it cosy and romantic.
We tried a bottle of Moroccan red wine which was equally as good as any red wines you get in UK, although we had nearly finished it by the time our food came! I would try not to get stressed about service in Morocco, although sometimes slower than UK it always seems to come with a smile and the food was really good. I had a beef tanjia (jugged beef, slow cooked and succulent although sadly without the pile of veg that comes with a tagine) and my husband had the lamb tagine, which was lovely.
We weren't subjected to the belly dancing that other reviewers have mentioned so I can't comment on that.
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