In a period where the city is full of tourists, the restaurant is almost always closed. They work during very restructed time schedule.
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My friend bought a half bottle of wine which costs $2USD or 20MAD but we were charged 200MAD. So many places in Morocco they overcharge if you are a foreigner. They just want to take you for as much money as they can get from you.
Here's a tip. Avoid this place. I was refused seating with my wife due to the maitre D claiming I wasn't dressed appropriately even though the resturaunt was EMPTY - and when I say empty not one person was eating or even sat down. My wife was wearing the traditional moroccan "lizar" which is a throbe women wrap around them.... More
While we were driving through the mountains we stopped here for a break. The service was very good & the restaurant and rest rooms were clean. The people were friendly. What a beautiful location.
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