Inside out this place is amazing! First of all the location right across the alley facing the Alcazar walls in a charming pedestrian path street that dates back to the first universal exhibition (before that it used to be just the water surrounding the Remparts), it hosts a charming patio as well as a 17 century remarkable house in the former Jewish district of Santa Cruz. Yet contrary to most places which enjoy such a gorgeous setting, this restaurant also offers a cuisine that reflects its very location. I went there twice, once with a friend to check the place and once with a group of students who were truly amazed and under the charm of these beautiful premises ... and awesome food. Don't miss the pastilla de pollo. Even in Morocco I don't think I enjoyed such a great one! They also offer an Almond and raisins soup which is not to be missed and on another occasion I had the sepia squid balls with black ink which were out of this world! Fish is very good too! Prices are a bit high but worth every cent (and if told ahead of time, can make a commercial effort to accommodate group budgets!).
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