I went to this restaurant with a group, nice decor, good Moroccan food and a show, nice place to have a taste of local culture.
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Without our local guide I would never have found this place on my own. Food was good, and the ambience was fantastic (even if some folks complained that the seating was a little low).
Located in the Medina of the city, the restaurant is reached through a series of small alleys that from the beginning provide an intriguing sensation. Although the lights are a bit too low to admire the architecture of the inner foyer, the main patio decorations...More
Our tour group stopped in here for dinner and an excellent evening. We were treated to a variety of good wines, beer, food and an assortment of entertainment including; music, magic and belly dancing. We dined on traditional Moroccan soup, (Harira), made from tomatoes, chick...More
I was presented the menu from which I had to choose a selection of three dishes. The one with the pastilla is quite nice. The pastilla itself is freshly cooked and tasty. The decoration provides a great atmosphere to the meal. The tables, sofas and...More
Felt like a cruise ship. Tour groups everywhere. Food was bland, waitstaff unfriendly, and their credit card machine was "broken" so we had to pay with cash. They also charge for the "dinner spectacle" show. Avoid this tourist trap at all cost.
I see that there is another place that is called "Al Fassia" but we went to this one "Restaurant al Fassia" and we were in one of the two tour groups there. The decor was lovely, the service good, the entertainment appealed to the group...More
Like the Riad round the corner that sent us here, the restaurant is very beautiful. Very good service, friendly, helpful waiters. Starters were substantial and delicious. Tagine/couscous combo later in our holiday became tedious, but this was one of the better ones. Entertaining Toureg and...More