We had lunch with a group of friends here and the service and food were excellent. As with most meals in Morocco though, there was far more food than we could eat and one begins to feel a bit guilty about that, but it does seem to be cultural. One of the most interesting features was the serving of tea where the waiter poured it from about 4 feet above the small tea cups and barely spilled a drop.
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