Slow, bad quality, expensive, understaffed. All ingredients for one wasted opportunity to have a good lunch in Fes
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Nice outdoor cafe down the street from a womens' cooperative shop with lovely jewelry and well-priced rugs. There is an old water wheel adjacent to the restaurant which is interesting to see.
Recently visited this restaurant. Service excellent food superb.Very reasonably priced, delightful surrounding. Highly recommended.
This coffee is now a tourist trap. After talking to staff in our riad, they told us this place was famous but the management changed apparently and now it's not good anymore. We have been there the 21 of December 2015, following the lonely planet...More
This cafe is set by a (now not working) water wheel close to the Jardin Jnan Sbil. The furniture is a bit garish, but it is in a pretty courtyard next to a river. There are various set menus, starting with Moroccan salads (two of...More
Seriously. While the customer service here is usually notable in its absence, today took the cake. I went with my wife, neither of us Moroccan. As we sipped our shakes, she was feeling down, so I put my arm around her shoulders to comfort her....More
This is a classic: a nice place let down by a terrible service. What a deception! We decided to have a break and eat in this restaurant while touring around the gardens in Fes El Jadid, on our way to the Mellah. We picked two...More
it's a nice place but the food is so expensive. It cost around 100 DH (10 Euro) per person. It is a good place to have a cup of coffee but definitely not a reasonable place to eat. The food there sucks and served in...More
The setting of this restaurant is great. Located in the edge of the Jnane Sabil garden right by the Oued Fes and a small Noria, it has a large patio with umbrellas against the sun. I chose to sit down right by the Oued which...More
Plain Morrocan style food, in set menus of a strict order: 1. salad 2. harira soup 3.tajine with vegetables 4. orange salad 5. mint tea. The variety being the way the meat is served: too hard grilled meat, or softer minced meat kefta, leg of...More