The food was good but the service was poor. The coffee had a strange taste (maybe included washing powder).
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Paid about 330 dhr for two main courses and a large bottle of water/. Meals were just OK, nothing special. Have tasted better in Morocco. Howwver, would recommend for anyone who wants to eat in the hotel and isn't inclined go out for a meal
We had a delicious French meal here. Everything we had was good but in particular I enjoyed the foie de veau and the dome chocolat. We were pleasantly surprised by the Moroccan wine as well. The live music on Friday night was great with a...More
We were there for a Business dinner with 12 people. The food for one person did not arrive he waited 20 minutes while the others are already. I asked a waiter to come to our table. He had nothing to do. He said: wait until...More
This is a cracking place to eat just off the main drag near the train station. Offers jazz every other night and a decent menu. Spacious, welcoming and relaxing. Very fairly priced for absolutely delicious food. Walk through the doors of the bistro and you...More
In the center of Rabat in a boutique hotel on a side street, the Bistrot de Piétri is a great little option for solo travelers who enjoy good food, wine, beer and people-watching. The clientele is a mix of expatriates and Moroccans. Prices are not...More
This small bar is nice for have an evening with friends. It is loud, crowded and energetic. Live music creates the friendly athmosphere, food is not bad, at least for accompagne the champaigne. At the other side, there are really no fresh air because of...More
This was our favourite place in Rabat, great food, lovely service & such a nice ambience. Sadly we missed the live jazz but hope to be back one day.
We enjoyed the shrimp chef salad as a starter. Olives and bread were served as we sat down. As a main we selected the sole and salmon. The fish was fresh and prepared well.Coffee and tiramisu provided a sweet ending to the meal. A wine...More
This place is all the three: cool bar to have a drink, contemporary restaurant with a mix of Moroccan and French food, and a little jazz club. Food is delicious, also nicely displayed, decent wine list. On evenings with live music, the place is packed.