The food was very good. Try chicken briwate and beef(traditionally cooked with cinnamon) with vegetables couscous. Staff is very friendly and the place looks in a typically moroccan style.
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We ate here on our last evening in Marrakech. The entrance is slightly strange, and seems to be the beginning of a passageway deep into the souk. There are bright green and white tiles everywhere! We climbed up to the 2nd floor (3rd floor US)...More
Found the place in one of the many alleyways around the market place. The guys on the front door were very polite and not at all pushy which was particularly welcoming. So thought why not and so glad we did. Welcoming clean and with great...More
We were surpised you can get a 3 course meal for about 70 dirhams! We visited at lunch time so it was rather quiet so it might have a different atmosphere at night. We tried the harira soup, grilled lamb and pigeon pie and everything...More
We've been to Chez Brahim twice already since our arrival a couple of days ago. Having visited Morocco for the first time, we were unsure of where to eat; especially with all the other restaurants around. Too much choice and uncertainty. Having tried the first...More
Come hungry because you will get a lot of food for a great price! For about $8, you get an appetizer of soup or salad, entree, and a dessert. My boyfriend and I both ordered the traditional Moroccos soup - wasn't sure what was in...More