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15, souk Cherifia. Sidi Abdelaziz. Médina, Marrakech 40000
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15, souk Cherifia. Sidi Abdelaziz. Médina Marrakech 40000 Morocco
15, souk Cherifia. Sidi Abdelaziz. MédinaMAMarrakech40000
RestaurantToday 11AM–11PM
Friday 11AM–11PMSaturday 11AM–11PMSunday 11AM–11PMMonday 11AM–11PMTuesday 11AM–11PMWednesday 11AM–11PMThursday 11AM–11PM
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John Clinton
3 weeks ago
Relaxing & Refreshing place. Food is amazing. Prices are not bad. Service is good, very attentive. Nice Music. Lovely!
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Alex Schäpper
9 months ago
The place itself is nice, nice to sit, nice to be. But the food is way to overpriced for what you get. It was not very bad food, but also really nothing special, boring in general. Im also wondering about the reviews here. But, if you want to go there and drink something with some sweet dessert, its worth a look
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Daniel Liu
9 months ago
Our waiter stared off into space when we were thinking for a few seconds about our order. Perhaps she had a lot on her mind and that is totally cool! Even the wait was understandable, as it seemed the waiter had forgotten to put in the order. Things happen! My partner and I got into a nice long discussion and felt we really needed to ask about our order when we took a pause. We knew it'd been a long time but not the hour and a half that had elapsed (time flies when having meaningful communication). We brought this fact up to waiter and subsequently the manager and asked if we could have a 6 € dessert for our time, and he said it was too expensive. He then walked away after we said that no, we wouldn't prefer a tea instead. We saw another man speaking with him shortly, and though I don't know what was said, it seemed the manager was placating the other person as he touched the man soothingly on the back and explained something. The table to our right was also spoken and apologized to for their long wait. The food was ok, I rather enjoyed the more tender portions of their Tajina Marrekshi, but the terrace barbecue was over cooked and burnt and the serving size on both meager and overpriced. Avoid the pretense and go somewhere where the manager values you as a patron and for your time.
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ramon rodriguez
3 months ago
Nice rooftop, good food but not beer or wine, very spacious and lovely sitting
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Jessica Gurskis
6 months ago
- Veggie soup: very delicious, like a butternut squash soup - Ravioli with cheese and spinach: fantastic, a nice break from traditional cuisine. The sauce was cheesy and flavorful - Kefta tajine with egg: kefta itself was average, but they put 3 eggs on top which made me very happy - Chicken pastilla: good no complaints there Atmosphere very nice, we sat on the patio and night and enjoyed the meal overall :)
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James Whittingham
4 months ago
This spot clearly caters to the tourist crowd; that being said, when we needed a spot to get some relief from the sun and madness of the souks with our two toddlers, this spot delivered excellent service and solid food. The warm goat cheese salad was a highlight.
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Lavina Avalanche
10 months ago
Stay away if you value Marrakech This place offers overpriced food for tourists affraid to mingle with locals among the stalls of Jemma. Chicken Tajin there was nothing special, very old piece of meat, in very hot not very spicy souce. The place has no attractive view in fact and is not worth a second of consideration. I am astonished that LP is suggesting this place in its recommended itinerary for a two day Marrakech adventure. HAVE YOU LOST YOUR MIND? Or perhaps you have fallen that low...
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Tarek Cheaib
10 months ago
Yes, yes try the stalls with food in the souk but you'd be a foul not to try this amazing place. My o my, the fish tagine. No words. Atmosphere was great - very friendly. Nicely decorated to blend in Moroccan art with a modern twist. A must. Oh, and stop by the glass shops downstairs and maybe buy some sweets from their sister shop before you dive back in the souk