After a long day of touring the Alhambra, we were craving the Moroccan food we had had in Tangier so we sought out this place. It is a bit confusing as they have two locations almost across from each other up some stairs on a side street. You walk up to the hill from narrow winding alleys of Moroccan shops, there is a sandwich board pointing the way. This is a fun area to explore with lots of teashops, restaurants and shops. Open late too. It definitely feels more like Morocco, and the prices are marked and seem cheaper than Tangier but everything is still negotiable.
The ambiance of the restaurant was fantastic… intimate, quiet and warm on a cold December night. We arrived without reservations, which was not a problem 4 days before Christmas but I understand they are recommended at other times of the year.
This Moroccan restaurant had delicious food and so many choices! As we contemplated the menu, our waiter was very helpful. We had asked about the fish and another dish, he looked at us and said the fish would be best to share. We are so glad we took his advice. It was more than enough for two very hungry tourists and was so delicious, even today my daughter is talking about that meal as memorable!
This is an alcohol free restaurant, which is not a problem, they offer many delicious choices of beverages. We did not have room for dessert, but what I saw coming to the tables around us looked fantastic.
This is a great choice for Moroccan meal not far from Plaza Nueva in Albaicin, the best-preserved Moorish quarter in Spain.
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