We first tried to come here last night for dinner but the late opening time isn't actually till 2000 despite what TA claims. This is because of Ramadan.
We decided to come back today for lunch.
We ate in a lovely garden area at the back of the restaurant.
Plenty of vegetarian options. I had a crepe with mushrooms and onions and my partner had toasted bread with tomatoes and mozzarella. Both servings were good size and very filling. They came with a tasty side salad. We were also given some free olives to share. All this along with a freshly squeezed orange juice and a sprite cost us a total of 150dh.
The place was very clean. There was not a single fly insight and the food was delicious.
Our waiter was lovely and so were all the other staff in the restaurant.
They have an English menu now and severe alcohol even during Ramadan.
Smoking in the garden is possible, but there were only a few tables doing it. Inside seating is smoke free.
This was one of our most pleasant meals in Morocco so far.
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