Excellent service, the atmosphere is very homy and quiet . Food tasty ,authentic and modestly priced .
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This is the right place for trying a Moroccan Tajine, a pastilla and cooked vegetables as starters. Not far from the old Medina and city center.
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We were there for Ramadan they have a.menu but not good. Soup Haeira is not a real soup it is only water end tomate. Real Harira is not this. I ordered tajin beef. But it vas very very small not enough for a person. Meat...More
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I've been twice at this place, and both times the service was terrible: rude waiter, failing the order more than once, while the food was fine when I had cous cous, omlette and chips quite bad instead. There's a terrace where to cool down when...More
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I was recommended to try Dar Naji by Moroccan colleagues on a business visit. As it's Ramadan, the restaurant was very full when I arrived (about 8pm), mostly with local people, because break of fast was at around 7.30pm. Fortunately, they squeezed me in at...More
It was our first day in Morroco, my friend and I arrived and were advised due to Ramadan there was a set menu. We chose a chicken and a beef! we both enjoyed our tajines very much, they were so full of flavour! The service...More
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My friend & I went for dinner on May 31st. We don't speak any French, however there were a few waiters who spoke a small amount of English. It was Ramadan & we got their Ramadan feast which was outstanding, our chicken & beef tagine...More
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Me and my friend visited during Ramadan and once we sat on the table the waiter said something in French (he didn't speak any English) and started bringing us food. He brought us a soup that likely I let my friend try first and told...More
We arrived early without a reservation and was lucky to get a table for 2. An unfortunate occurrence though took place- I do not understand Arabic or French but it appears some people had a reservation but could not be seated and an argument arose....More