They have delicious morrocian food. It costs approximately 25€ per person. It has table in outdour and I didn’t see indoor.
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Stumbled out of the old Medina and noticed the cannons on the wall “guarding” the restaurant. We were interested in trying the tajine so we wandered in. The restaurant layout is beautiful with some scattered indoor and outdoor seating and traditional garden decor. Our waiter...More
We just walk in here accidentally when we walking around outside the Medina.And we don't regrets waiting for a bit coz this place is pack with locals and few tourist.Best authentic Moroccan food ever. We ate here twice while staying in town. Must try goat...More
This is a wonderful oasis away from the hustle & bustle of Casablanca. Hidden away behind the walls of the original fort overlooking the harbour (complete with the original cannons), it is a quiet leafy spot to enjoy a great meal. We had lunch here...More
We went for breakfast (petit déjeuner) after. The restaurant is an easy 15/20 minute walk from Mohammed Hassan II. The signature breakfast includes a trio of sweet baked goods as well as bread, cream cheese, jelly, honey, olive oil, amlou, fruit and eggs with beef.
My client brought me here for lunch after our meeting. The service is brilliant. The food is impeccable and full of flavor. We shared a starter of different small dishes with bread and for mains I had a beef Tajine which was to die for!!!!!...More
We had 2 dinners and one breakfast here, as it was not too far from where we were staying. Amazing building..old Fort. Staff were great...manager was wonderful and we enjoyed his interactions with the other staff. Food pretty decent and reasonable prices.
The Good: unique setting behind ancient wall of a fort, complete with canons. Inside is relaxing with greenery and gurgling water. The warm bread gratuitous to all customers was excellent. The Bad: Where to start? The fruit drink with cardemome had no cardemome in it...More