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Pepe Nero Restaurant
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Douar Graoua Marrakesh Morocco
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thierry lombard-platet
3 months ago
It is located in a small riad but nothing special in Marrakech. The staff is excellent and very friendly. Desserts were offered free of charge! The food is excellent in particular the pigeon pastilla. We paid around 800 MAD including a half bottle of wine for 2 persons which is a reasonably good price for this level of restaurant... Recommended...
Ryan Da Costa
2 years ago
This was terrible. Went for my sisters birthday as a celebration which was ruined by waiter spilling drink on one of our party. The amuse Bouche was nasty chicken stock the risotto was cheddar cheese. The waiters were overworked and slack give it a miss!
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Maximilian Gruber
a year ago
Food 3 stars, amtosphere 5 stars. Makes 4 overall
Stuart Salter
a year ago
Great food and the restaurant looked beautiful!! Great night
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Rock Meng
5 months ago
The pasta is stellar, not just for Morocco
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Claire Tayler
2 years ago
A relaxing upmarket restaurant hidden down an alley (follow the signs and a suited man will greet you to lead the way, too). Inside, your options are to drink wine by a long, thin deep blue pool, or to head to a tall, airy and subtly beautiful courtyard to eat. Despite how high end the food may seem compared to a lot of Marrakech's restaurants (and especially compared to the square it's just off), the atmosphere is very relaxed. Food was delicious. Nothing scary and no need to be brave (but perhaps almost dull for the adventurous). We opted for three of the four courses available and it was more than enough - portions were good sizes and food rich. We had salmon cakes, beef fillet and vegetables, lasagna, lemon and strawberry 'delight' and chocolate pudding. It's not the cheapest spot (160/180 dirhams for a main) but certainly worth it.
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Sean Besser
2 years ago
The restaurant is set in a GORGEOUS riad and serves excellent upscale versions of traditional Moroccan food and Italian at surprisingly reasonable prices. Loved the Moroccan salads and pastilla in particular. Tip: Ask to sit in the courtyard for the best ambiance
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Carlos Gonzalez
2 years ago
One of the best restaurants in Marrakech