Found this roof top restaurant in a very busy street close to the Blue gate almost by accident as it is so popular it does not need the usual street hustlers. Kitchen is open and busy and there are two steep flights of stairs to reach the roof terrace. But it is worth it as the open windows allow cool breezes. Cuisine is typically Moroccan with tagines, brochettes, couscous etc. Excellent daily menu for 7 EUR which includes a delicious and fresh salad, choice of main courses (try the beef tagine with prunes and the minced meat-kefte- with eggs) followed by fresh fruit and mint tea and one of the best corne de gazelle that I have tasted.
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