Small portions and rather bland in taste. Don't bother with the cocktails, glorified fruit juice. Don't give large bills as you will see no change....
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Good place to stop for a rest & refresh with coffee, ice cream or a snack on the exit to the Baadi or Bahia palaces. Good view of the main square from street level or from the two terraces with a welcome breeze. Watch the...More
We went to this restaurant a few times during our stay in Marrakesh. Once for lunch and once for dinner. Great views and good service. I found the prices really reasonable for the quality of the food. Was a lovely place and would recommend it!
We chose to eat here over the other more crowded main square restaurants/cafes as almost all the clientele were locals. The food was excellent, as was the service, and the views of the chaotic Jemaa El Fna.
My rating is for the food alone because the location is superb, myself and partner came here purely out of hunger and because it was reasonably busy which in Marrakech is usually a good thing 'how wrong I was'. I had the chopped steak and...More
We sat down here for a rest after a full day of sight-seeing in Marrakesh and it proved to be the perfect place. If you get a seat close to the edge you can see almost the whole square and sitting here over sunset is...More
We ate here as the Rough Guide recommended it as offering a mix of Moroccan and Western dishes which would satisfy a family including 2 fussy teenagers and a wife who will not eat at a street market stall as they do not have running...More
Came here as we thought it would be a lovely evening overlooking the square and all the hustle and bustle whilst enjoying a good meal. WRONG! Waited quite a while to get served by a sullen waiter. Ordered the same, chicken tagine. My husband's contained...More
We wanted a quick bite for lunch and were too tired to look for restaurants. Stopped here, big mistake. I had what they called a pizza, it was so bad that I lack the accurate words to describe it. My girlfriend made the mistake of...More
We visited here initially for a lunch but returned most days of our visit for the Ice cream - probably the best on the edge of Jemal el Fna I'd particularly rate the café liegois - the best I've had outside of France.