We arrived first day at morocco and had dinner had. Wife had a vegetarian cous cous meal which smelt like off fish and didn't taste any better. I had some chicken sckewers which weren't too bad. Overall very bad experience though
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There a variety of dishes here at a good price. The soups and salads are a nice way to start. When you arrive, take a look around at what others are having, then if something appeals to you ask the waiter to bring it. This...More
We stopped by for lunchtime and we wanted to have something good and quick..we had 2 omelette, bread was lovely and fresh!!!In the end we spent nothing, I'd say even less than 100 dh good compromise quality-price a must if your looking for something quick...More
Clean and serviceable for a lunch or dinner at good prices. It is just up from the central market in the medina.
If you're looking to experience some traditional food where locals eat cous cous, this is the place to go. It is quite simple, yet authentic cuisine and we had a chance to try it off the very first day of our arrival to Rabat. Plus...More
This was the only place we found who served cuscus during the week. Others only on Fridays!? Okay quality, good quantity. Great local experience.
Restaurant de la Liberation is extremely popular among Moroccans, who make up almost the total of its clientele. The place is clean but basic, a series of wooden chairs and tables, so don't expect anything fancy. Testimony to the quality of its food, the place...More
We went to Restaurant Liberation for Friday couscous. We were served very quickly and the food was hot. The couscous was served separate from its vegetables--the vegetables and meat came in a bowl and the couscous was served on a plate for the sauce to...More