Really beautiful place, good to experience real Moroccan food. My food was a bit weird so they brought me a new dish without me even asking. Staff really nice.
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You go to Al Fassia for a great Moroccan food. It's ambiance is not bad---but, not so great. It does not have the party like M Arabe, but, go there with a good appetite and you will not be disappointed. We had one of the...More
We decided to visit this restaurant after a recommendation from our local guide, but it wasn't as good as expected. We shared the lamb shoulder and it was tasty but the service was very poor and the meal was quite expensive compared to other restaurants...More
I relied on Conde Nast and was not disappointed. My wife chose the pigeon Pastilla and I went with the lamb... didn't realize it was more like a desert as it was served with cinnamon and sugar... perhaps should have ordered one at the end...More
I went with the pigeon as recommended in Conde Nast and really enjoyed it. I then had the lamb (for 2 - I was hungry!) - which was fantastic as well. Staff was extremely friendly and welcoming. All in all - really enjoyed. Location is...More
Had a lovely dinner there in July 2017. The ambiance is very nice and can be suggested to a romantic couple . The place is runned by only women and we had tremous good food during our three course dinner. Try the lamb skewer or...More
I dropped by here without booking knowing all along that I had to. The restaurant was full but they managed to find me a table. The staff here are very kind and professional. If you are with a group, think twice before doing that though....More