I was in Beverly Hills that day with some friends and we read that this is the place to go to,
At first I thought , hmm do i feel like generic Morrocan food ,so i was reluctant. The outside of the place is very understated and discrete to the point we thought it was closed. We went thtu its old small blue door and we were very lucky to find a table as the place is very small. They played artsy jazz music and the food presentation was superb , from tasters on elegant spoons to baby Zuchinis ( courgettes) . The lamb was perfectly cooked. We gave our compliments to the chef and left with a big smile. Yes it is more expnesive than the avergae Morrocan restaurant , but this is not an avegrage Morrocan restaurant this is a wonderful gastronomic experience.
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